Teaching Course - 2009

2nd ESMINT Teaching Course 2009

The 2nd ESMINT Teaching Course of the European Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy took place in Barcelona, Spain, December 13-18, 2009.

EACCME accreditation granted EACCME-03109-G:
30 European CME credits by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).

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Course Organizers

Prof. Dr. med. Isabel Wanke
Prof. Dr. med. Daniel Rüfenacht

Venue

Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Center for Computational Imaging & Simulation Technologies in Biomedicine
c/ Tànger, 122-140
E08018 Barcelona - Spain
http://www.upf.edu/campus/en/comunicacio/

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Scientific Program

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Lectures

Alejandro Berenstein, United States of America
History of Aneurysm Treatment

Hans C. Diener, Germany
What is State-of-the Art in Thrombolytic Therapy of Acute Stroke

Michael Forsting, Germany
Change! What we achieved is good, but has to be improved!

Paul Watton, United Kingdom
Biomechanics and Mechanobiology of Cerebral Aneurysms

Workshops

Edoardo Boccardi, Italy
Incidental Aneurysms

James Byrne, United Kingdom
Complications of Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage

René Chapot, Germany
Giant Aneurysms

Alessandro Chiarini, Italy / Pankaj K. Singh, United Kingdom
Cerebral Aneurysms: from Carotid Ligations to Computational Fluid Dynamics

Mike Clarke, United Kingdom
The Cochrane approach to Literature

Christophe Cognard, France
Endovascular Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms: Complications and Management

Christop M. Friedrich, Germany
The @neuLINK approach to Literature

Rod Hose, United Kingdom
Haemodynamic Characterization of Aneurysms by Computational Fluid Dynamics

Olav Jansen, Germany
Carotid Stenosis

Oliver Kastrup, Germany
Clinical Stroke Syndromes - Patterns, Localization and Prognosis

Thomas Liebig, Germany
Intra-arterial Treatment of Acute Stroke: An overview

Pedro Lylyk, Argentina
Supra-aortic Dissections

Andreas Raabe, Switerland
Aneurysm Therapy from a neurosurgical point of view

Alex Rovira, Spain
Update on Stroke Imaging

Peter Schellinger, Germany
Update on IV Thrombolysis

Martin Schumacher, Germany
There is something beyond Hypertension: Intracranial Hemorrhage

Istvan Szikora, Hungary
Application of Stent Technology for Aneurysm Treatment: An update

Francis Turjman, France
Intracranial Stenosis

Isabel Wanke / Daniel A. Rüfenacht, Switzerland
Special Considerations of EVT dependent on Aneurysm Location and Morphology