Weekly Solv@

SOLutions for Venous and @rterial diseases


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CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE
CVD I

Thursday 29th October 2020

The first topic of the Weekly SOLV@ course concerns the Chronic Venous Disease (CVD) and is divided in two webinars (CVD I-II) scheduled on October 29th and November 3rd. In the first webinar (CVD-I) an international board of experts and the audience are called to discuss during Q&A sessions the topics introduced by the speakers concerning both the state of the art and the open challenges in clinical management of CVD, and the controversies of the guidelines in Phlebology. The first appointment ends with a clinical expertise report.

CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE
CVD II

Tuesday 3rd November 2020

In the second appointment of the Weekly SOLV@ course dedicated to Chronic Venous Disease (CVD) an international board of experts and the audience are called to discuss during Q&A sessions the topics introduced by the speakers regarding the latest news about the literature and the new clinical proposals for the CVD management. The second appointment ends with a best practice report.

VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM
VTE I

Thursday 5th November 2020

The second topic of the Weekly SOLV@ course concerns the Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) and is divided in two webinars (VTE I-II) scheduled on November 5th and 10th. In the first webinar (VTE-I) an international board of experts and the audience are called to discuss during Q&A sessions the topics introduced by the speakers regarding the state of the art and the challenges facing the management of VTE. The first appointment ends with a clinical expertise report.

VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM
VTE II

Tuesday 10th November 2020

In the second appointment of the Weekly SOLV@ course dedicated to Venous Thromboemobism (VTE), an international board of experts and the audience are called to discuss during Q&A sessions the topics introduced by the speakers regarding the latest news about the literature and the new clinical proposals for management of the VTE. The second appointment therefore includes a best practice report and ends with a round table on the topical issue of VTE and COVID-19.

POST-THROMBOTIC SYNDROME
PTS I

Thursday 12th November 2020

The third topic of the Weekly SOLV@ course concerns the Post-Thrombotic Syndrome (PTS) and is divided in two webinars (PTS I-II) scheduled on November 12th and 17th. In the first webinar (PTS-I) an international board of experts and the audience are called to discuss during Q&A sessions the topics introduced by the speakers concerning the state of the art and the challenges facing PTS management. The first appointment ends with a clinical expertise report.

POST-THROMBOTIC SYNDROME
PTS II

Tuesday 17th November 2020

In the second appointment of the Weekly SOLV@ course dedicated to Post-Thrombotic Syndrome (PTS), an international board of experts and the audience are called to discuss during Q&A sessions the topics introduced by the speakers concerning the latest news about the literature and the new clinical proposals for the management of the PTS. The second appointment ends with a best practice report.

PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE
PAD I

Thursday 19th November 2020

The fourth and final topic of the Weekly SOLV@ course concerns the Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and is divided in two webinars (PAD I-II) scheduled for November 19th and 24th. In the first webinar (PAD-I) an international board of experts and the audience are called to discuss during Q&A sessions the topics introduced by the speakers regarding the state of the art and the challenges facing the management of the PAD. The first appointment ends with a best practice report.

PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE
PAD II

Tuesday 24th November 2020

In the second appointment of the Weekly SOLV@ course dedicated to Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), an international board of experts and the audience are called to discuss during Q&A sessions the topics introduced by the speakers concerning the latest news about the literature and the new clinical proposals for the management of the PTS. The second appointment ends with a clinical expertise report.