There are many reasons to spend time with Cook Medical during the 2016 Vascular Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. in June. Here are just three:
1. Sign up for new aortic Vista™ courses!
We’re introducing all new aortic course offerings through our Vista Education and Training program. Throughout the second half out 2016, we’ll be offering hands-on workshops with Zenith devices, case observations, discussion forums and a seminar series at many major congresses and meetings.
Visit the Cook booth to pick up the new course catalog.
2. Get hands on with Zenith Alpha™ Thoracic
If you haven’t experienced Zenith Alpha Thoracic’s simplified deployment, SVS is a great opportunity to try the new ergonomic handle. There will be stations in the booth for touchscreen deployment and tabletop demos.
3. Hear about new research on Zenith devices
Some of the world’s leading physicians will present new data on Zenith devices, including 14-year outcomes of abdominal aortic endovascular repair with Zenith, results from Cook clinical trials and more. We’ve put together a list of some of the sessions not to be missed.
Impact of iliac artery anatomy on the outcome of fenestrated/branched endografts
Enrico Gallitto, MD | Wednesday, June 8
Trends in use of the only FDA-approved, commercially available fenestrated EVAR device in the U.S.
Andres Schanzer, MD | Friday, June 10
Fourteen-year outcomes of abdominal aortic endovascular repair with the Zenith stent graft
Fabio Verzini, MD | Friday, June 10
STABLE II clinical trial on endovascular treatment of acute, complicated type B aortic dissection with a composite device design
Joseph Lombardi, MD | Friday, June 10
Results from the PRESERVE II Zenith Iliac Branch Clinical Study
Anthony Lee, MD | Saturday, June 11
Follow @CookEVAR on Twitter to get updates from the meeting
We will be posting live updates from some of the most important talks and activities in the Cook booth. Follow @CookEVAR to stay up to date on everything going on at the meeting.
For more information on Zenith Alpha™ Thoracic, please see the instructions for use.
Enrico Gallitto, MD is an independent physician with no financial ties to Cook Medical.
Andres Schanzer, MD, Fabio Verzini, MD, Joseph Lombardi, MD, and Anthony Lee, MD are paid consultants of Cook Medical.