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Find here educational and research content on Peripheral Circulation and Peripheral Arterial Diseases.
Part 1 - Why and how should I diagnose LEAD? Access webinar >
Part 2 - How should I manage LEAD? Access webinar >
Updates in antithrombotic therapy for cardiovascular diseases Access webinars >
This educational programme made of a series of 3 free webinars is designed to update general and clinical cardiologists, angiologists and physicians – thanks to practical tips for their daily practice - on Anti-thrombotic therapy in Peripheral Artery Diseases (PAD) & Coronary Artery Diseases (CAD).
This initiative is co-organised by two Working Groups: "Aorta and Peripheral Vascular Diseases" and "Thrombosis".
Antithrombotic Therapies: Clinical challenges and future directions
Following the webinar series “Updates in antithrombotic therapy for cardiovascular diseases”, the ESC Working Group on Aorta and Peripheral Vascular Diseases and the ESC Working Group on Thrombosis are renewing their collaboration to propose this course.
Eight sessions aims at:
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Arteries from head to toe
The Educational Training Programme aims to provide physicians with up-to-date knowledge of peripheral artery disease in order to guide management.
Access ESC Congress resources on Peripheral Circulation / Stroke from the past four years
Treatment options for superficial femoral artery disease
A joint session during EuroPCR 2015 congress between Peripheral Circulation Working Group and European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Intervention.
Find a selection of interesting cases or images provided by members of the working group. We invite all of you, Working Group members, to submit your proposals. The image should depict findings linked to peripheral circulation with a legend or a brief presentation. If you are interested in submitting a case or an image, please contact the Working Group Web-editor.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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