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Fachveranstaltung 1st International Symposium on Endovenous Abolition of Saphenous Vein Reflux with Cyanoacrylate Adhesive


Veranstalter: Hautklinik

    Dear collegues,

    twelve years after the introduction of endovenous laser
    treatment to Germany, we will meet at the same place to
    discuss the latest innovation in the field of saphenous vein
    reflux abolition: Endovenous Cyanoacrylate Adhesive.

    With a „no-tumescent-no- compression-stocking“ treatment
    we are facing another game change in the treatment of incompetent
    saphenous veins. Since its introduction to Europe
    in September 2011 the Sapheon VenaSeal technology has
    found its way into the scientific literature at its highest level.

    We look forward to live surgery, presentation of clinical experience
    of VenaSeal users and discussion of the latest clinical
    studies with an highly interested audience.

    Yours sincerely

    Prof. Dr. Thomas M. Proebstle

Veranstaltungsdetails
Datum Samstag 26. Januar 2013
Uhrzeit 10:00 - 14:00 Uhr
Ort

Hörsaal Hautklinik Gebäude 401

Dozent/in

Dr. Jens Alm

Director Vascular Surgery Unit

Dermatologikum Hamburg

 

Dr. Bettina Kleis-Fischer

Director Dermatologic Surgery

Dept. of Dermatology, University Medical Center Mainz

 

Prof. Dr. Thomas Proebstle, Dept. of Dermatology

University Medical Center Mainz

Privatklinik Proebstle GmbH

 

Dr. Rod Raabe, Chief Medical Officer, Chairman of the Board Sapheon Inc

Santa Rosa, California, USA

 

Dr. Ulf Zierau

SAPHENION Praxisklinik

Fortbildungspunkte CME Ärztekammer Rheinhessen (5 Punkte)
Anmeldeschluss Sonntag 20. Januar 2013
Kontakt

Elvira Lennartz, Hautklinik

Phone: 0049 (0)6131 17–7154
Fax: 0049 (0)6131 17–3468
 E-Mail

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