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Advances in venous therapy
First edition (2011)
A volume of 230 pages with 82 b/w and colour figures and 35 tables
The European Venous Course textbook is made of 26 chapters with new innovative data and illustrations on advances in venous therapy. New techniques to treat varicose veins have emerged, e.g., treatment without tumescent anesthesia, or with new catheters causing less post-treatment morbidities.
The treatment for deep venous occlusive disease is also developing very fast and gets more attention, especially due to the fact that with the new equipment the procedures are easier and more durable, with good clinical results. Extremely important is also the shift towards acute thrombus removal in deep venous thrombosis. The influence of money driven clinical decisions on venous care is extensively deal with as well. And last but not least, the opinion of the patient influencing the decision is also addressed and the outcomes are surprisingly different form expected.
The European Venous Course is specially designed for all healthcare workers in the field of venous disease like vascular surgeons, dermatologists, phlebologists, vascular technicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Randomized clinical trials: the value of long-term follow-up data and the extrapolation to clinical practice
Cost and reimbursement influence on treatment strategy: is it ethical?
What and whom’s information influences patients’ choice: what should be improved?
Foam sclerotherapy: basic principles and guidelines
Side effects of foam sclerotherapy
What is new in foam sclerotherapy
ClariVein: the answer to all problems?
Is steam the answer to all problems?
Endovenous ablation: 2011 and onwards
The future of superficial venous surgery: the technical evolution of open varicose vein surgery
The tactical evolution in open varicose vein surgery
The evolution of environment requirements for the open varicose vein procedures
Cancer and venous thromboembolism
The optimal management of VTE in cancer patients: aggressive or conservative?
Low-molecular-weight heparins for prevention and treatment of venous thromboembolic disorders in patients
Anatomy, hemodynamics and imaging of the upper extremity venous system
Risk factors, recurrences and survival of upper extremity DVT
Treatment of deep venous thrombosis in the upper extremity
Ulcer shaving: the best alternative?
Topical negative pressure techniques in chronic leg ulcers
Microcirculation and wound healing
Indications for recanalization of deep venous occlusion
Deep venous occlusion. Minimal invasive recanalization options: tips and tricks
A fat leg due to lymphedema: diagnostics, treatment and outcome
A fat leg due to lipedema: diagnostics, treatment and outcome
Lymphedema associated with severe obesity