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Mar 20 - 21, 2020 | EUR €450 | Friedrichsdorf, Hessen
ICCA Stroke 2020 - Acute Stroke Interventions and Carotid Stenting is organized by cme4u GmbH Congresses, Meetings and Education and will be held from Mar 20 - 21, 2020 at King's College Frankfurt, Friedrichsdorf, Hessen, Germany. Who should attend? The meeting is designed for interventionists from all fields specialising in acute stroke intervention, vascular surgeons, neurologists and stroke physicians, anesthetists and anyone involved in endovascular stroke treatment, pre- and postprocedural care, including nurses, technicians and industry representatives. Our goal is to maximize interaction and debate between all our participants within a friendly and personal atmosphere. Participants are actively encouraged to submit cases for presentation, ask questions share their ideas and experiences. ICCA Stroke 2020 will be an opportunity for you to learn the latest techniques, see the newest devices and meet the most experienced interventionists in the field. Description: During this 2-day course you will get an overview on all aspects of this treatment modality. Clinical studies will be covered, and we will also demonstrate how to perform the procedure step by step during simulator trainings and how to prevent and manage complications. Live case transmissions are a core of this course and will allow direct attendee-operator interaction to maximize the learning experience. Why you should attend? ICCA Stroke 2020 will give you access to interdisciplinary and interactive lectures from leading experts in the field, recorded and live cases, step by step presentations, debates and hands-on simulator training workshops, all the while offering you plenty of opportunities to rub shoulders with key opinion leaders in the field of stroke treatment. You will be guided through the different aspects of stroke treatment, from patient selection, imaging and indication to how to do it, post-procedural care as well as avoiding and managing complications. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.