BSET Annual Meeting 2018
BSET 2018: Thursday 21st - Friday 22nd June
The BSET meeting is the only dedicated UK meeting for endovascular research, training and education
Its unique format encourages high level discussion and participation and the meeting faculty attracts world leading endovascular specialists
This year's programme will include:
- Guest Lectures:
- Stroke in TEVAR: What are the mechanisms and how to prevent - Professor Tilo Koelbel
- The future of distal endovascular revascularisation - Dr Andrej Schmidt
- Endovascular treatment of the thoracoabdominal aorta: up to date techniques and evidence - Dr Anders Wanhainen
- Paradigm shifts in venous ulcer treatment - Professor Alun Davies
- Chee Soong Lecture by Professor Ian Loftus on A safe and sustainable aortic service: Lessons from history
- Quick Fire Debates:
- Endovascular treatment of crural lesions is not durable: Surgery is the answer
- The dangers of oversizing in TEVAR for aortic dissection are over-rated: Undersizing is more dangerous
- Angioplasty/stenting of the deep vein is the latest fad - it won't last
- The paper that changed my practice
- BSET Fellowship updates
- Vascular Society session
- Rouleaux Club Symposium on Run through training in vascular surgery and the endovascular curriculum
- Abstract presentations - The prize abstracts will be published on-line in the EJVES.
- Poster presentations
The meeting is a two day residential meeting at Tortworth Court Hotel, Wotton-under-Edge, South Gloucestershire, commencing at 9am on Thursday 21st June and finishing on Friday 22nd June at 2pm.
The fee for all two-day delegates includes:
21st June: Morning and afternoon tea/coffee; lunch; evening dinner and overnight accommodation
22nd June: Breakfast; morning tea/coffee and lunch
Day delegate rates include lunch and tea/coffee only
A National Vascular Training Day will be held on Wednesday 20th June providing hands-on, interactive endovascular training. Numbers are limited to 30, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Delegates attending the National Vascular Training Day will receive a reduced registration fee to attend the two day BSET meeting, as well as dinner on Wednesday evening.
For details of industry registration and sponsorship packages, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Download the draft programme here
10.5 hours CPD has been awarded by the RCSEd - RCSEd02077
The Rouleaux Club is holding its popular National Vascular Training Day on Wednesday 20th June at Tortworth Court Hotel. The day comprises guest lectures and hands-on, interactive workstation experience on aortic and peripheral simulators.
The morning session will involve update talks and case based discussion in your chosen area of:
- Standard EVAR
- Complex EVAR
- Thoracic/Dissection and Trauma
- Extracranial/Upper Limb
- Chronic Limb Ischaemia
The afternoon will then comprise practical sessions on aortic and peripheral lower limb simulators led by industry and faculty.
Professor Anders Wanhainen, Professor of Surgery and Clinical Chief, Uppsala University Sweden, will give the closing lecture on Disease specific endovascular treatment of aortic dissection.
Registration is open to trainees, and is limited to 30 delegates on a first-come-first-served basis.
The registration fee of £250 includes entry to the Training Day and the two-day BSET meeting; two nights accommodation (Wednesday and Thursday night) and dinner on both nights.
View the selected abstracts here:
Posters will be displayed throughout the meeting, and are required to be set up on the posterboard by 10.30am on Thursday 20th June.
The posterboards are 1m x 1m in size and so your poster should be no bigger than A1 (594 x 841 mm). It can be either portrait or landscape.
Download the poster abstracts here
Poster number: 1
Utilising a 4f sheath first approachin the percutaneous management of lower limb peripheral vascular disease
Alok Tiwari, University Hospitals Birmingham
Poster number: 2
Local and National Experience of Spinal Drainage in Complex TEVAR: is it time for UK guidelines?
Huw Davies, UHCW
Poster number: 3
Systematic review and meta-analysis of very urgent carotid intervention for symptomatic carotid disease
David Milgrom, Royal Liverpool University Hospital
Poster number: 4
An audit of totally percutaneous EVAR (pEVAR) for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm.
Przemysław Orawiec, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School
Poster number: 5
Outcomes in type-B aortic dissection: A time for change in the management of Acute Aortic Syndrome (AAS) and the development of a trainee led UK-AAS registry
Matthew Popplewell, University Hospital of Coventry & Warwickshire
Poster number: 6
The use of 18-Fluorine Fluorodeoxyglucose Positron Emission Tomography (18F-FDG PET) scan for the detection of vascular prosthetic graft infections (VPGI): A diagnostic test accuracy meta-analysis
Djamila Rojoa, Royal Oldham Hospital
Poster number: 7
Decision making for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms in women
Andrew Duncan, University of Leicester
Poster number: 8
Single centre experience with the Aptus Heli-FX EndoAnchor System in the management of aortic aneurysms
Nicholas Greaves, Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust
Poster number: 9
Surgeon Modified Stent graft, Feasible endovascular bailout in emergency!
Alex Rodway, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals
Poster number: 10
Onyx Syndrome Post embolization for Type II endoleak!
Alex Rodway, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals
Poster number: 11
Meta-analysis and trial sequential analysis of local versus general anaesthesia for carotid endarterectomy
Djamila Rojoa, The Royal Oldham Hospital
Poster number: 12
The introduction and evolution of an innovative endovascular device for venous arterialisation: A systematic analysis of current practice
Rachael Morley, Bristol Centre for Surgical Research
Poster number: 13
Carotid –Subclavian Bypass (CSB) – Is Routine Trans-Cranial Doppler (TCD) Indicated to Reduce Neurological Adverse Events?
Huw Davies, UHCW
Poster number: 14
Emergency embolization of ruptured renal artery aneurysm
(Sharon) Yen Ming Chan, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Poster number: 15
Open versus endovascular intervention for chronic mesenteric ischaemia: A systematic review
Abhilash Sudarsanam, Basildon University Hospital
Poster number: 16
Endobag separation- An ominous sign after endovascular aneurysm sealing with the Nellix device
Sadia Tasleem, The Royal Oldham Hospital
Poster number: 17
Type A aortic dissection with visceral malperfusion; should malperfusion be treated prior to central aortic repair? A systematic review and summary of best evidence.
Joe Wiltshire, St George's Vascular Institute
Poster number: 18
Exploring Factors Influencing Outcome in Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair [TEVAR]
Ian Nordon, University of Southampton
Poster number: 19
Evaluation of the Utility of Endovascular Sealing for Aortic Aneurysmal Disease
Maclyn Augustine, University of Southampton
The registration fee for Thursday/Friday includes one night's accommodation at Tortworth Court Hotel, and dinner.
Delegates attending the National Vascular Training Day will have two night's accommodation (Wednesday and Thursday) with dinner on both nights.
No accommodation will be reserved for day delegates
The meeting will be held at Tortworth Court Hotel, Wotton-under-Edge, South Gloucestershire GL12 8HH
The local railway station is Yate station, located about 20 minutes away. The closest main line station is Bristol Parkway station, and is roughly a 30 minute commute.
For travel by car, use the following navigation coordinates 51.6298464, -2.4408838, and postcode (GL12 8HH) to find the hotel. Free parking is available on site.
From the North:
Leave the M5 at Junction 14. Follow the B4509 towards Wotton. On the B4509, go up the hill and take the first right into Tortworth road. After half a mile, the hotel is on the right hand side up a long drive.
From the South:
Leave M5 at junction 14, signposted to Dursley. At the T junction turn right onto the B4509 and follow directions above.
Bristol Airport is a 40 minute drive from De Vere Tortworth Estate via the M5. A typical taxi fare is £30.
BSET is grateful to the following sponsors for their support of the meeting: