Clinical and procedural strategies for interventional radiology, venous interventional procedures, and an in-depth look at treating Internal Iliac, type 2 endoleaks, visceral cases, and trauma using Cook devices. The courses will also address how to treat difficult venous embolization cases, visceral aneurysms, and endoleaks.
Skill level required: Advanced
Training mode: Lecture, case review, hands-on animal lab
At the end of the course, attendees will understand:
- The advantages and disadvantages of different types of embolic agents and devices
- Innovative techniques for treating fistulas and performing hypogastric and venous embolization
- The innovative treatment options that are used to solve problems commonly seen in AVMs, PAVMs, hemorrhages, visceral aneurysms, and tumor embolization
Note: Embolic Therapies courses are non-CME events.