The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Vascular surgery is a surgical subspecialty in which diseases affecting the vascular system, or blood vessels, are treated by medical therapy, only a small proportion will require for this surgery. Vascular surgery also involves surgery of veins, dialysis access surgery and transplant surgery.
- Track 1-1Vein ablation
- Track 1-2Sclerotherapy
- Track 1-3Laser Surgery
- Track 1-4Endoscopic Vein Surgery
Specialists perform Renovascular surgery to manage the symptoms of renal disease and prevent complications. Renal vascular disease is a variety of complications that affect the arteries and veins of the kidneys. It may cause kidney failure, and high blood pressure. Renal artery disease is usually caused by atherosclerosis, and can lead to congestive heart failure and kidney failure.
- Track 2-1Renal angioplasty
- Track 2-2Balloon angioplasty
- Track 2-3Renal Endarterectomy
- Track 2-4Surgical revascularization
- Track 2-5Other vascular conditions include
Cardiac Surgery, or cardiovascular medical procedure, is medical procedure performed on the heart or veins via heart specialists. Usually used to treat entanglements of ischemic heart illnesses like coronary course sidestep joining, to address innate coronary illness; or to treat valvular coronary illness from different causes, including endocarditis, rheumatic coronary illness, and atherosclerosis.
- Track 3-1Open heart surgery
- Track 3-2Off-pump heart surgery
- Track 3-3Valve-sparing aortic root replacement
- Track 3-4Transmyocardial laser revascularization
Endovascular medical procedure has become a popular choice among surgeons and patients. It is an innovative, minimally invasive and highly versatile surgical technique used to treat problems affecting the blood vessels and large number of diseases from different parts or organs of the body using small incision, general anesthesia, and fast recovery period is the advantage of endovascular surgery.
- Track 4-1Therapy Thrombolytic
- Track 4-2Catheter-Directed Thrombolytic Therapy
- Track 4-3Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter Line
The term "vascular trauma" refers to injury to a blood vessel—an artery, which carries blood to an organ, or blood vessel, has sustained some kind of injury. It can be mild, moderate, or severe. The experts in the Division of Vascular Surgery provide the latest treatments for vascular trauma, from minor injuries to emergencies.
- Track 5-1Bleeding
- Track 5-2Haemorrhage
- Track 5-3Vascular Injury
- Track 5-4Fractured Bones
- Track 5-5Dislocated Joints
Vascular disease is a class of diseases of the blood vessels and subgroup of cardiovascular disease. Vascular disease is caused by inflammation and weakness of the veins and arteries by the build-up of fatty deposits in the blood vessels. This disease is the most common precursor to coronary heart disease and heart attack.
- Track 6-1Blood Clots
- Track 6-2Aortic Aneurysm
- Track 6-3Peripheral Arterial Disease
- Track 6-4Fibromuscular Dysplasia (FMD)
- Track 6-5Carotid Artery Disease - Stroke
Worldwide, at least 200 million people are affected by peripheral vascular diseases (PVDs), including peripheral arterial disease (PAD), chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) and deep vein thrombosis (DVT). It consist of the narrowing and hardening of the arteries that results in decreased blood flow, which can injure nerve and other tissues.it causes discomfort or pain in arms, tightness, heaviness, weakness or cramping.
- Track 7-1Physical exam
- Track 7-2Thoracic outlet surgery
- Track 7-3Antiplatelet medications
- Track 7-4Anticoagulant medications
- Track 7-5Angioplasty and Stenting Procedure
Atherosclerosis is the development of greasy material inside the courses. it is a conceivably genuine condition where corridors become stopped up with greasy substances called plaques, These plaques cause the conduits to solidify and limited, confining the blood stream and oxygen supply to essential organs, The condition causes most heart assaults and strokes.
- Track 8-1Carotid endarterectomy
- Track 8-2Coronary arteries bypass grafting
- Track 8-3Percutaneous coronary intervention
Lymphedema, or lymphatic hindrance, is a long haul condition where abundance liquid gathers in tissues causing swelling (Edema). The primary side effect is swelling in arm, or leg that might be joined by agony or uneasiness. Lymph is a reasonable, dainty liquid that courses all through the body to expel squanders, microbes, and different substances from tissues.
- Track 9-1Primary lymphedema
- Track 9-2Secondary lymphedema
Ischemia is a condition in which there is deficient blood stream to one of the body's organs, regularly brought about by an atherosclerotic plaque in the corridor providing that organ. An organ exposed to ischemia is alluded to as being ischemic. It contains deficiency of oxygen.
- Track 10-1Embolectomy
- Track 10-2Brain ischemia
- Track 10-3Cardiac Ischemia
- Track 10-4Acute limb ischemia
- Track 10-5Mesenteric ischemia
Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) is a rare condition and a group of disorders in which there is blood vessels or nerves become compressed in the space between the collarbone and the first rib (thoracic outlet). It includes pain, weakness, numbness, or tingling in the neck, shoulder.
- Track 11-1Arterial
- Track 11-2Vascular thoracic outlet syndrome
- Track 11-3Neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome
Subclavian steal syndrome refers to the clinical syndrome that arise from retrograde (reversed) blood flow in the vertebral artery, due to a proximal stenosis (narrowing) or occlusion of the subclavian artery. It also implies the presence of symptoms due to arterial insufficiency in the brain; it is more severe than typical vertebrobasilar insufficiency.
- Track 12-1Endarterectomy
- Track 12-2Carotid Subclavian Bypass
- Track 12-3Stent and balloon angioplasty
Thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR) is a procedure to treat an aneurysm in the upper part of your aorta. The goal of thoracic aneurysm repair is to prevent the aneurysm from life-threatening rupture. A device called a stent graft is used to strengthen the aneurysm. Thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm is uncommon however conceivably deadly. TAAs are serious health risks because, depending on their location and size, the aneurysms may rupture or dissect, causing life-threatening internal bleeding.
- Track 13-1Hybrid approach
- Track 13-2Open TAAA repair
- Track 13-3Thoracic Aortic Dissection
Carotid endarterectomy is a surgery to evacuate a development of greasy stores (plaque), which cause narrowing of a carotid course. The carotid courses are the principle veins that supply the head and neck.it is the fundamental treatment for narrowing of the carotid corridors. A carotid endarterectomy can be completed utilizing either neighbourhood sedative or general analgesic.
- Track 14-1Blood clot
- Track 14-2Carotid artery
- Track 14-3Plaque blocking artery
Open abdominal aortic aneurysm repair is the standard surgical treatment for most aortic disorders. The procedure is performed with general anesthesia. The traditional operation involves cutting, open the abdomen to replace the aneurysm with an artificial piece of artery (a graft). The graft usually works well for the rest of your life.
- Track 15-1Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease
- Track 15-2Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Vascular malformation is a general word that includes congenital vascular. Vascular malformations are usually present at birth; it can be affected by hormonal changes during puberty and pregnancy.
- Track 16-1Venous malformation
- Track 16-2Capillary malformation
- Track 16-3Lymphatic malformations
- Track 16-4Arteriovenous malformation
- Track 16-5Venolymphatic malformations
The term VCI includes the spectrum of severity of Cognitive impairment caused by disease that damage the brain’s blood vessels.it is a variable condition and can occur on its own.
- Track 17-1Ischaemic stroke
- Track 17-2Small vessel disease
- Track 17-3Haemorrhagic stroke
- Track 17-4vascular cognitive impairment
Venous insufficiency is caused by either blood clots or varicose veins. In this state veins have problems sending blood from the legs back to the heart. It is treated by exercise, weight reduction, pressure leggings, and vein stripping.
- Track 18-1Surgery
- Track 18-2Ligation
- Track 18-3Vein repair
- Track 18-4Vein bypass
- Track 18-5Sclerotherapy
- Track 18-6Vein transplant
Cardiovascular Engineering envelops a multi-disciplinary exertion to improve our comprehension of cardiovascular sickness and grow better treatments. Cardiovascular Engineering depicts about a wide scope of Engineering and biomedical undertakings focused at understanding the components and medications of cardiovascular wellbeing, infection, and recovery.
- Track 19-1Lung Assist Devices
- Track 19-2Cardio Assist Devices
- Track 19-3Heart Valve replacement
Vascular imaging is a test that uses to evaluate the blood flow, blood pressure, and level of oxygen in the blood in veins and arteries. This provides greater insight in to the natural history of disease and efficacy of treatment procedures.
- Track 20-1Diffusive imaging
- Track 20-2Computed tomography
- Track 20-3Ultrasound and Doppler
- Track 20-4Diffuse optical tomography
- Track 20-5Magnetic resonance imaging
- Track 20-6Positron emission tomography
- Track 20-7Orthogonal polarization spectral imaging (OCSI)
Vascular is a key segment of an extensive stroke conclusion and cause-based treatment. It is a test that empowers to get to and assess the body's circulatory framework and help recognize blockages in veins and supply routes and identify blood clumps.
- Track 21-1OPCS code
- Track 21-2Preoperative investigation
- Track 21-3Postoperative management
Open vascular medical procedure ought to be considered the "beginning stage" for endovascular medical procedure, since preparing and practice in vascular medical procedure require broad learning of the fundamental science and an exhaustive training as a rule careful system.
- Track 22-1ELANA
- Track 22-2Standard techniques
- Track 22-3Renal Vascular Disease
- Track 22-4Vertebrobasilar Disease
- Track 22-5Mesenteric Vascular Disease
- Track 22-6Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
The lab looks at veins all through the body that feed real organs and tissue. These tests can analyse and treat numerous vascular conditions, including fringe blood vessel infection (PAD), stroke, aneurysms, and thoracic outlet disorder. This can see whether you have indications of vascular malady.
- Track 23-1Angiogram
- Track 23-2Carotid Duplex
- Track 23-3Carotid Duplex
- Track 23-4Ankle-Brachial Index or ABI Test
- Track 23-5Magnetic Resonance Angiography
- Track 23-6Computed Tomography Angiography
Endovascular surgery is a rapidly advancing field, where the surgeon works via a needle puncture and is able to ‘recanalise’ narrowed or blocked arteries, and prevent dangerously dilated arteries (aneurysms) from bursting by inserting an artificial artery inside the abnormal segment. Compared to open surgery, endovascular surgery has shown many short term advantages such as reduced early mortality, length of hospital stay and quality of life. While issues of long term durability and cost remain, further research and technological developments may go some way to address these challenges.
- Track 24-1Endovascular Treatment of an Aortic Dissection
- Track 24-2Open Surgery Treatment of an Aortic Dissection