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Welcome to VSICON 2018

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

On behalf of the Organizing Committee of VSICON 2018, it gives us great pleasure and honor to invite you to participate in the Silver Jubilee conference of Vascular Society of India (VSICON 2018) to be held at Jammu w. e. from 3rd till 6th October 2018.

The venue of the Conference is Hotel Radisson Blu, a premium property in the heart of the city, which shall provide the perfect environment for holding this prestigious meeting. This meeting promises an exciting educational program and a wonderful social experience with the theme of Mastering the commons Expanding the horizons in endovascular interventions. A rich Academic feast awaits you with a decent program covering a wide range of topics for vascular and endovascular surgery that will be presented by a diverse panel of distinguished speakers. It will cover the whole spectrum of vascular surgery focusing on new research, clinical advances and current controversies. A Comprehensive CME program awaits the post graduates of vascular surgery. Further a trade exhibition shall be having participation of the leading industry giants for displaying the latest in field of vascular interventions.

Jammu is a city of temples and the world famous pilgrimage of Mata Vaishno Devi shrine in close vicinity. So a visit along with the family awaits you to attend this part of the country where we expect to give you the spectrum of premium social events, excellent local cuisine and visits to enjoy the natural beauty of the region. For your information, Jammu is connected by Air with all major cities of the country and has brisk Rail and Road connection with capital New Delhi and all other major cities. The weather in October in Jammu is pleasant and comfortable.

All meetings thrive on the attendance and enthusiasm of their delegates, so your presence is going to make this meeting successful and memorable. Looking forward eagerly to welcome you at Jammu.

 

Arvind Kohli
Organizing Secretary
On behalf of Organizing Committee
VSICON 2018

Scientific Programme

 

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

CME : October 3rd 2018

 

Session 1

 

Moderators: Mr. Nandan Haldipur, Dr. Siddharth Vishwanathan

Session Timings

Time

SI No

Speaker Name

Topic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 1 0830hrs - 1150 hrs

 

08:30-08:40

 

1

 

Dr. Arvind Kohli

 

Welcome Note

 

08:40-09:00

 

2

 

Dr.  Sriram Narayan

 

Peripheral vascular disease

 

09:00-09:20

 

3

 

Dr. Ajay Yadav

 

Diabetic foot sepsis

 

09:20-09:40

 

4

 

Mr. Willy Pillay

 

Vascular Trauma

 

09:40-10:10

 

Coffee Break

 

10:10-10:30

 

5

 

Mr. Paul Renwick

 

Aneurysms (Peripheral and abdominal)

 

10:30-10:50

 

6

 

Dr. Sewa Singh

 

Carotid interventions

 

11:10-11:30

 

7

 

Mr. Nandan Haldipur

 

Renal Access Complications

 

11:30-11:50

 

8

 

Dr. Sunil Rajendran

 

Venous disease –superficial and deep

 

Parallel Session 0830 hrs-1200 hrs

 

Surgical Skill Course for Vascular Trainees

 

Session 2 - Journal session (For Both General Surgery and Vascular Surgery Trainees)

 

 

 

 

Session 2 1200 hrs - 1310hrs

 

12:00-12:15

 

1

 

Mr. Nandan Haldipur

 

How to present

 

12:15-12:45

 

2

 

Dr. K. R. Suresh

 

Introduction to IJVES and How to 'Write a scientific article'

 

12:45-13:00

 

3

 

Dr. Robbie George

 

How to 'Read A Scientific Article'

 

1300-13:10

 

INTERACTION / Q&A

 

LUNCH 13:10-14:00

 

14:00 hrs-17:00 hrs - Surgical skills Course for General Surgical Trainees
Mr. Willy Pillai, Mr. Sewa Singh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speed Dating Sessions 14:00 hr onwards

 

 

Sl No

 

Topic

 

Speaker

 

Abbott

 

1

 

Carotid stenting

 

Dr. Ajay Yadav

 

 

2

 

Carotid Endarterectomy and MEE

 

Dr. Ambarish Satwik

 

Medtronic

 

3

 

TEVAR

 

Dr. Dhanesh Kamerkar

 

Medtronic

 

4

 

EVAR

 

Dr. V.S.Bedi

 

 

5

 

SFA Angioplasty

 

Dr. Vijay Thakore

 

Supera/Abbott

 

6.

 

Popliteal/BTK angioplasty

 

Dr. Robbie George

 

BARD

 

7.

 

A.V. Fistula angioplasty

 

Mr Jercy Glowinski

 

 

8

 

Varicose Veins

 

Dr Sandeep Agarwal

 

CVT

 

9

 

Non Thermal Ablation for Varicose Veins

 

Dr. Ravul Jindal

 

OPTIMED

 

10

 

Central Venous Venoplasty

 

Dr. Deepak Selvaraj

 

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC

 

11

 

IVUS Peripheral Applications

 

Dr. Sriram Narayan

VSICON 2018 Inauguration 17:00 hrs (Banquet Hall - Radisson Blu Hotel, Jammu)

High Tea 18:30 hrs

Musical Evening + Faculty Dinner (Aamantran - The Banquet) 20:30 hrs

Day 1 : October 4th 2018

 

Session 1 - Venous

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Shoaib Padaria, Dr. Sarvanan, Dr. N.N.Medha

 

Panelists: Dr. Adarsh Kabra, Dr. Dr. Siddharth Vishwanathan, Dr. Advaith Kothurkar

 

Session Timings

 

Time

 

SI No

 

Speaker Name

 

Topic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 1
0900hrs - 1030 hrs

(Speaker time : 7 minutes each Q&A :  20 minutes)

 

9:00-09:07

 

1

 

Dr. H. S. Bedi

 

Importance of Perforator Incompetence

 

09:07-09:14

 

2

 

Col. Vikram Patra

 

Debate- Dilated GSV without SFJ reflux should not be ablated

 

09:14-09:21

 

3

 

Dr. Ravul Jindal

 

Debate- Dilated GSV without SFJ reflux should be ablated

 

09:21-09:28

 

4

 

Prof. Ajay Kumar Khanna

 

Are Varicose Veins Infective in Origin?

 

09:28-09:35

 

5

 

Dr. Parveen Jindal

Debate- Endovenous ablation should be the primary treatment for refluxing SFJ/SPJ. Foam sclerotherapy and phlebectomies should be done in all cases along with endovenous ablation.

 

09:35-09:42

 

6

 

Dr. Himanshu Verma

Debate- Endovenous ablation should be the primary treatment for refluxing SFJ/SPJ. Foam sclerotherapy and phlebectomies should be reserved only in extreme cases (For the  Topic)

 

09:42-09:49

 

7

 

Dr. D. Dekiwadia

 

Debate- All Recurrent Varicose Veins should not be subjected to MR/CT  Venography

 

09:49-09:56

 

8

 

Dr. Ravul Jindal

 

Non thermal techniques for treatment of varicose veins

 

09:56-10:03

 

9

 

Dr. Srujal Shah

 

How to get best cosmetic outcomes in spider veins  - The demand of new era !

 

10:03-10:10

 

10

 

Dr. Rajiv Parakh

 

At the core of Venous disease. Role of medical management

 

10:10-10:30

 

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

 

Session 2 - Venous

 

Chairpersons: Dr. D.B.Dekiwadia, Dr. Sumanthraj, Dr. H.S.Bedi

 

Panelists: Dr. Nitish Anchal, Dr. Rahul N.S., Lt Col Rishi Dhillon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 2
1030 hrs  - 1200hrs

(Speaker time : 7 minutes each Q&A :  13 minutes)

 

10:30-10:37

 

1

 

Dr. Ambarish Satwik

 

May Thurner Syndrome

 

10:37-10:44

 

2

 

Dr. Robbie George

 

Iliac Stenting - IVUS is a good modality for complex lesions

 

10:44-10:51

 

3

 

Dr. Dheepak Selvaraj

 

Non Thrombotic Iliac Vein Stenosis management

 

10:51-10:58

 

4

 

Dr. Vijay Thakore

Thrombolysis - Newer Modalities in pharmaco mechanical thrombolysis for Deep Vein Thrombosis

 

10:58-11:05

 

5

 

Dr. Kapil Gupta

 

Which stent should be used in Central Venous Occlusion?

 

11:05-11:12

 

6

 

Dr. Sumit Kapadia

 

Combination of Sclerotherapy / Excision is best for treatment of low flow malformation

 

11:12-11:19

 

7

 

Dr. Lalit Choudhary

Does combination of Vascular & Plastic surgeron improve the outcome for complex AVM management ?

 

11:19-11:26

 

8

 

Dr. Ambarish Satwik

 

Low Flow Malformations are best treated by Sclerotherapy

 

11:26-11:33

 

9

 

Dr. Manish N. Rawal

 

Embolisation-Choice of embolising agents in high/low flow  malformations

 

11:33-11:40

 

10

 

Dr. N Rajesh Hyderabadi

 

Lymphedema - Current Management  Therapies

 

11:40-11:47

 

11

 

Dr S.S.Baijal

 

Spectrum of Transvenous Solid Liquid  Sampling

 

11:47-12:00

 

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

 

Session 3 - Carotid

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Tarun Grover, Dr. P.C.Gupta, Dr. Vivekanand

 

Panelists: Dr. Kapil Baliga, Dr. Shardul Date, Dr. Diwakar Bendi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 3
1200hrs  - 1310hrs

(Speaker time : 7 minutes each Q&A :  14 minutes)

 

12:00-12:07

 

1

 

Dr. Rajiv Parakh

Carotid Endarterectomy or Stenting? What option would I choose for my patients- Vascular surgeon's perspective

 

12:07-12:14

 

2

 

Dr. Yugal Mishra

Carotid Endarterectomy or Stenting? What option would I choose for my patients- CTVS surgeon's perspective

 

12:14-12:21

 

3

 

Dr. V. S. Bedi

 

MEE / Shunt is not mandatory for Carotid Endarterectomy

 

12:21-12:28

 

4

Dr. Advait Aniruddha Kothurkar

 

Shunt is Mandatory for Carotid Endarterectomy

 

12:28-12:35

 

5

 

Dr. Ambarish Satwik

 

Carotid under RA. Does it improve the outcome?

 

12:35-12:42

 

6

 

Dr. Ajay Yadav

 

Carotid stenting should be performed by Vascular Surgeons

 

12:42-12:49

 

7

 

Dr. Vimal Someshwar

 

Carotid stenting should be performed by Interventional Radiologists

 

12:49-12:56

 

8

 

Dr. V. Anand

 

Carotid Body Tumour ( Indian Experience )

 

12:56-13:10

 

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

BAYER SESSION

Session 4 - DOACs

 

Chairpersons: Dr. R.K.Pinjala, Dr. Dhanesh Kamerkar, Dr. Ajay Khanna

 

Panelists: Dr. Hemil Patel, Dr. Mohan Lal, Dr. Ajay Dabas

 

 

 

 

 

Session 4
1310hrs  - 1350hrs

(Speaker : 7 minutes each Q&A :  12 minutes)

 

13:10-13:17

 

1

 

Dr. Prem Chand Gupta

 

Role of DOAC's in PAOD

 

13:17-13:24

 

2

 

Dr. Gurjit Singh

 

Status of Newer Oral Anti Coagulants

 

13:24-13:31

 

3

 

Dr. Kumud Rai

Improving effectiveness through quality of life (QOL), Persistence & Adherence for your Cancer Associated Thrombosis (CAT) PTS: Rivaroxaban in CAT

 

13:31-13:38

 

4

 

Dr. Paresh Pai

 

Cornerstone for the treatment and secondary prevention of DVT & PE  Rivaroxaban

 

13:38-13:50

 

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

 

Lunch Session

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Gurjit Singh, Dr. SRS Subramaniam, Dr. Unnikrishnan

 

1350hrs -  1430 hrs : LUNCH SYMPOSIUM (NEWER TECHNOLOGIES) -  10 minute each
    A. Abbott Vascular      B. Medtronics      C. Boston      D.  BARD

 

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC SESSION

 

Session 5 - Aorta

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Vijay Thakore, Dr. M.Unnikrishnan, Dr. Yugal Mishra

 

Panelists: Dr. Himanshu Verma, Dr. Manish Raval, Dr. Suhail Bukhari

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 5

1430 hrs - 1600 hrs (Speaker : 7 minutes each Q&A :  9 minutes

 

14:30-14:37

 

1

 

Mr. Paul Renwick

 

Selection of patients for Aortic surgery

 

14:37-14:44

 

2

 

Dr. Ajay Savlania

 

Debate- Flush Aortic Occlusions are best managed surgically

 

14:44-14:51

 

3

 

Dr. Satinder K Jain

 

Debate- Flush aortic occlusion should be managed  by extra-anatomical bypass-VS

 

14:51-14:58

 

4

 

Dr. Pranati Swain

 

Debate- Hybrid approach for Aorto Iliac TASC D lesion

 

14:58-15:05

 

5

Dr. Vidyasagaran Thiruvengadam

 

Mid Aortic Syndrome

 

15:05-15:12

 

6

 

Dr. Sriram Narayan

 

IVUS Guided Interventions - Acute Aortic Syndrome

 

15:12-15:26

 

7

 

Dr. George Joseph

 

Aortoarteritis : When to intervene and how to intervene

 

15:26-15:33

 

8

 

Mr. Mike Wyatt

 

Is open aortic surgery a dying art?

 

15:33-15:40

 

9

 

Dr. Narender Meda

 

Trapdoor aorto bifemoral reintervention

 

15:40-15:47

 

10

 

Dr. Vimal Someshwar

Reporting standards for USG abdomen. Should it be mandatory to asscess the aortic diameter?

 

15:47-15:57

 

11

 

Mr. John Wolfe

 

Squandering our forthright : The demise of open  surgery

 

15:57-16:00

 

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

 

15:30 hrs - IJVES Editorial Board Meeting

 

16:00 hrs - Overseas Fellowship Interviews + VSI Executive Meeting

 

BARD SESSION

 

Session 6 - PAD

 

Chairpersons: Dr. K.R.Suresh, Dr. Rajiv Parakh, Dr. Robbie George

 

Panelists: Dr. Sairam Subramanian, Dr. Sandeep Pandey, Col. C.P.Singh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 6 1600hrs  - 1730hrs

(Speaker : 7 minutes each Q&A  :11 minutes)

 

16:00-16:07

 

1

 

Dr. Tarun Grover

Debate-

Multi  level-should be treated in one go for CLI

 

16:07-16:14

 

2

 

Dr. Ravul Jindal

Debate-

Management of Multi level disease should be staged for CLI patients

 

16:14-16:21

 

3

 

Dr. Paresh Pai

Debate-

SFA- Leave nothing behind

 

16:21-16:28

 

4

 

Dr. Vijay Thakore

Debate

SFA-Leave something behind

 

16:28-16:35

 

5

 

Dr. Dhanesh Kamerkar

Debate

There is a role of Stents in BTK disease today

 

16:35-16:42

 

6

 

Dr. Saurabh Rai

Debate

There is no role of stents in BTK disease. DCB is better in BTK disease.

 

16:42-16:49

 

7

 

Dr. Shekhar Raghuram

 

Embolectomies should always be done in Cath Lab

 

16:49-16:56

 

8

 

Dr. V Balaji

Debate

Endarterectomy is better than Stenting in CFA

 

16:56-17:03

 

9

 

Dr. Tarun Grover

Debate

Stenting in CFA is a good option

 

17:03-17:10

 

10

 

Dr. Rahul Sheth

 

Atherectomy is better versus surgery in short lesions of SFA & Popliteal Artery

 

17:10-17:17

 

11

 

Dr. N S Rahul

 

Role of DCB's in BTK disease

 

17:17-17:24

 

12

 

Dr. Tej Singh

 

AC device for fistula compression

 

17:24-17:35

 

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

 

DR REDDY LABORATORIES SESSION

 

Consensus Statement

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Sunder Narsimhan, Dr. Nihar Pradhan, Dr. Abha Chandra

 

1735-1800 hrs

 

Dr. R.K. Pinjala /  Dr. V.S. Bedi /  Dr. Sanjay desai   -   Management of VTE

Day 1 : October 4th 2018

S. No.

Time

Abs. No.

Title

Presenter

 

 

 

Rapid Fire Session 1 (10:00-11:00)

 

 

 

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Sohail Bukhari, Dr. Robbie George, Dr. Rajrajan Venkatesan

 

 

 

 

Judges: Dr. Kumud Rai, Dr. Willy Pillai

 

1

10:00-10:05

11

Outcomes of revascularization in de novo aortic occlusions presenting with lower limb motor deficit- a single

center experience.

Banerjee S

2

10:05-10:10

15

Clinical Outcomes Of Single Or More Than One Tibial Artery Revascularization In Critical Limb Ischemia

Sravan C P S

3

10:10-10:15

126

Hybrid approach in complex aortic aneurysms and dissections. The way forward

Jha M

4

10:15-10:20

41

Management of pediatric acute limb ischemia including trauma - an institutional experience

Raja K

5

10:20-10:25

43

Role of Catheter Directed Thrombolysis in Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease with No Distal Reformation

Murugesan S

6

10:25-10:30

46

Revascularisation in femoral embolism - class III acute limb ischemia-our institutional experience

Ramya M

7

10:30-10:35

47

Impact of Wound Ischemia and foot Infection (WIfI) stage as an independent predictor of limb salvage in

threatened limb ischemia post revascularization.

Lende V

8

10:35-10:40

49

Outcome analysis following iliac endarterectomy in patients with unilateral iliac occlusion with severe co-

morbidities

Arun Prasath S

9

10:40-10:45

52

Is ligation alone a viable option for ruptured and complicated visceral artery aneurysms.

Jahangir S

10

10:45-10:50

54

Impact of tibial angioplasties in salvaging critical limbs- Which subset of patients benefits the most- An

institutional experience

Sujith J

11

10:50-10:55

56

Endovascular repair of mycotic aortic aneurysms: A case series

Agarwal R

12

10:55-11:00

57

Stump Healing After Above Knee Amputation With A Non Palpable Femoral Pulse

Nishan B

 

 

 

Rapid Fire Session 2(11:00-12:00)

 

 

 

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Naveen Chobdar, Dr. Vineet Arya, Dr Ankur Patel

 

 

 

 

Judges: Dr. Krish Soundarrajan, AVM Dr Sudhir Rai

 

13

11:00-11:05

62

Role of prostaglandins in the management of non reconstructable peripheral arterial disease - A single center

experience

Samuel V

14

11:05-11:10

66

Post revascularisation Limb salvage rate of acute thromboembolic lower extremity ischemia in a tertiary

referral centre.

Hemant C

15

11:10-11:15

69

Acute Limb Ischemia-Is it late to intervene ?

Singh C

16

11:15-11:20

75

Endovascular Vs Open Vs Combined Revascularization Approach In Infra Inguinal Disease - A Prospective Study In Tertiary

Care Center In South India

Senthilnathan  T

17

11:20-11:25

83

A retrospective study of collateral pathways in aorto iliac occlusive disease- our institutional experience

Fathima A S

18

11:25-11:30

89

Hybrid Procedure For Aortic Arch Aneurysms –The JIPMER Experience-Report Of Two Cases

Soman J

19

11:30-11:35

98

Outcomes of Wire-Interwoven, Self-Expanding Nitinol stents in femoropoliteal atherosclerotic disease with

critical limb ischemia.

Bharath M

20

11:35-11:40

114

Retroperitoneal Approach For Elective Open Repair Of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms – A Prospective Comparative Study

With Transperitoneal Approach

Ramachandran Nair H

21

11:40-11:45

115

Upper limb ischemia : A clinical experiences of acute and chronic upper limb ischemia in a single center

Gheewala U

23

11:45-11:50

123

Analysis and Outcomes of Lower Extremity Amputations-Vascular Surgeon’s Prospective

Luthra L

24

11:50-11:55

124

Chemo Induced Aortic Thrombosis

Raj S

 

 

 

Rapid Fire Session 3(12:30-13:00)

 

 

 

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Rohit Gupta, Dr. Ashish Laddha, Dr. Bhavin Ram

 

 

 

 

Judges: Dr. Sewa Singh , Dr. Unnikrishnan

 

25

12:30-12:35

30

Paclitaxel drug coated balloon and plain balloon for infrapopliteal angioplasty- 6 months outcome in critical limb

ischemia

Sravan C P S

26

12:35-12:40

64

D-dimer levels in patients with Thromboangitis Obliterans

Samuel V

27

12:40-12:45

118

Does the Technique of Carotid Endarterectomy Determine Postoperative Hypertension?

Kumar V

28

12:45-12:50

131

Spectrum of presentation of subclavian artery aneurysms and their management

Jha M

29

12:50-12:55

130

IVUS Versus Venography For Diagnosis And Treatment of Venous Stenotic Lesion

Airen A

30

12:55-13:00

92

Catheter Directed Thrombolysis In Acute Iliofemoral Deep Vein Thrombosis- A Single Institutional Experience

Jagan J

 

 

 

Rapid Fire Session 4(15:00-16:00)

 

 

 

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Devender Singh, Dr. Kapil Gupta, Dr. Srujal Shah

 

 

 

 

Judges: Dr. Paresh Pai, Dr. Peter Mc Collum

 

31

15:00-15:05

34

Evaluation Of Relation Between Great Saphenous Vein Diameter And Body Mass Index (Bmi) With Venous

Reflux

Gupta B

32

15:05-15:10

24

Modern Day Open Ilio-Caval Surgery : A Perspective

Siddapuram S

33

15:10-15:15

45

Comparative Study Between Standard Therapy (Enoxaparin Followed By Acitrom) And Rivaroxaban For

Treatment Of The Deep Venous Thrombosis.

Lende V

34

15:15-15:20

80

The Arm Is The New Leg: An Analysis Of Incidence, Risk Factors And Complications Of Upper Extremity Deep

Vein Thrombosis – Our Experience.

Gangadharan Ashwini Naveen

35

15:20-15:25

67

Is There Any Role Of Transcutaneous Partial Pressure Of Oxygen(Tcpo2) In Patients With Chronic Venous

Insufficiency?

Kalipatnapu S

36

15:25-15:30

100

A Comparison Of Pharmacomechanical Catheter Directed Thrombolysis Vs. Anticoagulation Alone In Prevention

Of Post-Thrombotic Syndrome Following Acute Lower Limb Deep Vein Thrombosis

Sharma N

37

15:30-15:35

13

Dabigatran In Postpartum Lactating Women With Acute Deep Vein Thrombosis And Its Impact On The Breast

Fed Infant

Kabra A

38

15:35-15:40

110

Pharmacomechanical Thrombectomy In Acute Thrombosis Of Dialysis Arteriovenous Grafts Using A Rheolytic

Thrombectomy Device: An Institutional Experience.

Paliwal V

39

15:40-15:45

14

A Single Centre Experience In Endovascular Salvage Procedures In Arteriovenous Fistulas For Hemodialysis

Pawar P

40

15:45-15:50

9

Complex Bypasses And Fistulas For Difficult Hemodialysis Access: A Single-Centre Experience

Singh Vivek

41

15:50-15:55

91

Experience Of Arterio-Venous Fistula Creation In A Unique Population Of Children <= 25 Kgs, At Austria.

Bulsara S

42

15:55-16:00

79

Single Stage Basilic Vein Transposition - A Viable Alternative For Autogenous Hemodialysis Access

Luthra L

 

 

 

Rapid Fire Session 5(16:00-17:00)

 

 

 

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Sumit Kapadia, Dr. Sreekumar, Dr. Narendernath Medha

 

 

 

 

Judges: Dr. Tej Singh , Dr. T. Vidyasagaran

 

43

16:00-16:05

109

Outcomes Of Drug  Coated Balloon (DCB) In Arterio-Venous (A-V) Fistuloplasty For A Failing A-V Fistula For

Dialysis.

Paliwal V

44

16:05-16:10

71

 

Vitamin D And Its Role In Vascular Disease’s-A Prospective Study In A Tertiary Care Centre In South India

Manoj Prabakar R

45

16:10-16:15

85

A Cross Sectional Study Of Radiation Exposure In Patients Undergoing Endovascular Interventions

Kota P

46

16:15-16:20

18

A Prospective Evaluation Of Wifi Classification System In An Indian Population

Aggarwal A

47

16:20-16:25

134

Effect Of Abnormal Lipid Profile (Lp) On Wound Healing In Critical Limb Ischemia Patient With Successful

Infrapopliteal Angioplasty

Chaudhari H

48

16:25-16:30

31

Cervical Rib Osteoblastoma (A Case Report)

Harita C

49

16:30-16:35

122

Endovascular Management Of Transplant Renal Artery Stenosis: A Single-Centre Study.

Gangadharan A

50

16:35-16:40

60

Foot Arterio-Venous Malformations: A Single Institutional Experience

Samuel V

51

16:40-16:45

65

 

Vascular Surgery In A Tertiary Care Centre - Incidence And Outcomes Of Intraoperative Consultations

Kalipatnapu S

52

16:45-16:50

70

Ruptured Popliteal Artery Aneurysm As The Initial Manifestation Of Takayasu Arteritis

Para M

 

 

 

 

Day 2 : October 5th 2018

Session Timings

Time

SI No

Name

Topic

TBA

Session 1 - Arterial

Chairpersons: Dr. Paresh Pai, Dr. Dhanesh Kamerkar, Dr. Sreekumar

Panelists: Dr. Nagbhushan, Dr. Naveen Chobdar, Dr. Nachiket Purandare

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 1
0900hrs  - 1045hrs

(Speaker : 7 minutes each Q&A :  15 minutes)

9:00-09:07

1

Dr. Apurva Srivasatva

Do closure devices help in reducing access site complications?

09:07-09:14

2

Dr. Tarun Grover

Do Vasculo mimetic stents improve the outcome in SFA/Popliteal PAOD?

09:14-09:21

3

Dr. Sunil Rajendran

Audit of ROSUD in Tibial Interventions

09:21-09:28

4

Dr. Dhanesh Kamerkar

CREDENCE BtK - Clinical outcomes of Sirolimus Eluting Bioresorbable Peripheral Scaffold System in subjects with CLI disease due to de novo lesions

09:28-09:35

5

Dr. Venkatesh Reddy K

The role of Distal Bypass is almost extinct in CLI (For the Topic)

09:35-09:42

6

Dr. Srujal Shah

The role of Distal Bypass is almost extinct in CLI (Against the Topic)

09:42-09:49

7

Dr. Vivekanand

Revisiting basics - Endothelial dysfunction

09:49-09:56

8

Dr. Pinjala Ramakrishna

Vascular Medicine will soon be the best therapy for PAOD

09:56-10:03

9

Dr. N Rajesh Hyderabadi

Vascular Medicine - Myth and Reality?

10:03-10:10

10

Dr. N Sunder

Retrograde access in PAOD

10:10-10:30

11

Dr. K R Suresh

GVG guidelines on CLTI

10:30-10:45

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

MEDTRONIC SESSION

Session 2 - Aneurysm

Chairpersons: Dr. George Joseph, Dr. Sriram Narayan, Dr. V.S.Bedi

Panelists: Dr. Pooja Binesh, Dr. Rohit Gupta, Dr. Sushil Sharma

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 2
1045hrs - 1240 hrs

(Speaker : 7 minutes each Q&A :  10 minutes)

10:45-10:52

1

Dr. Devender Singh

Aortic Aneurysms- Good, Bad, Ugly and Deadly

10:52-10:59

2

Dr . Unnikrishnan M

Conventional Aortic Aneurysm- Surgical Repair in the era of EVAR

10:59-11:06

3

Dr. R C Sreekumar

Debate- VSI

Pararenal aneurysms are the best treated by OSR-VSI Vs Best treated by Endovascular

11:06-11:13

4

Mr. Rakesh Kapur

Debate- ESVS

Endovascular option is a good option

11:13-11:20

5

Dr. Dhanesh Kamerkar

Debate- VSI

Chim-EVAR-VSI for suprarenal AAA

11:20-11:27

6

Mr. Anders Wanhainen

Debate- ESVS

F/B EVAR for suprarenal TAAA

11:27-11:34

7

Mr. Mike Wyatt

How do we manage Failing F-EVAR

11:34-11:41

8

Dr. Tarun Grover

Debate- VSI

Acute Type B Aortic Dissection - Conservative Management is the best treatment

11:41-11:48

9

Mr. Anders Wanhainen

Debate- ESVS

Acute Type B dissection should be managed at the earliest?

11:48-11:55

10

Mr. Nandan Haldipur

Experience with the low profile Cordis Incraft Endograft

11:55-12:05

11

Dr. Anil Bhan

Role of open surgery for thoracic aneurysms in the era of endovascular

options

12:05-12:12

12

Dr. Sandeep Singh Rana

Management of acute aortic dissection

12:12-12:19

13

Mr. Peter McCollum

Open Surgery in AAA

12:19-12:26

14

Dr. K.K.Padhy

Role of Cardiopulmonary Bypass in Vascular Surgery

12:26-12:33

15

Mr. Anders Wanhainen

Endovascular treatment of mycotic aneurysm – a paradigm  shift

12:33-12:40

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

VIRA REDDY ORATION

Dr Col Kumud Mohan Rai - "Vascular Surgery in India - Quo Vadis"

1240 hrs -  1315 hrs

Chairpersons: President VSI- Dr. S.R.Subramanian, Secretary VSI - Dr. Jeyakumar

1315 hrs - 1330hrs : LifeCell Lunch Session

1315 hrs -  1415hrs : LUNCH

 

Session 3 - Video Session

Chairpersons: Dr. Sanjay Desai, Dr. Vivekanand, Dr. Venkatesh Reddy

Panelists: Dr. Srujal Shah, Dr. Pranati Swain, Dr. Ritesh Gaikwad

 

 

 

 

 

Session 3
1415hrs  - 1515hrs

(Speaker : 10 minutes each Q&A :  10 minutes)

14:15-14:25

1

Dr. Sumanth Raj

My approach to BTK disease

14:25-14:35

2

Dr. Apurva Srivasatva

Video Session-Treating A.V. Fistula Stenosis

14:35-14:45

3

Dr. Sumit Kapadia

Glue Embolisation for AV malformations

14:45-14:55

4

Dr Vimal Someshwar

Video Session-Pseudo aneurysms Coiling  / Thrombin for Congenital  or

Traumatic Aneurysms

14:55-15:05

5

Dr. Ajay Yadav

PEVAR

15:05-15:15

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

Session 4 - Invited Session

Chairpersons: Dr.T. Vidyasagaran, Dr. Kumud Rai, Dr. K.K. Sahu

Panelists: Dr. C.D.Gupta, Dr. Amit Singh, Dr. Shashi Dhar

 

 

 

Session 4
1515hrs  - 1615hrs

(Speaker : 15 minutes each Q&A :  15 minutes)

15:15-15:30

1

Mr. Thomas Holzeinbein

Vein bypass for limb salvage

15:30-15:45

2

Mr. John Wolfe

Gaza - 1689 bullet wounds in 3 weeks

15:45-16:00

3

Mr. Martin Björck

ESVS Guidelines on SMA Revascularization

16:00-16:15

4

Dr. Mahesh Baldwa

Medicolegal issues in practice and solutions

16:15-16:30

PANEL  DISCUSSION / Q&A

PRIZE PAPER SESSION

Chairpersons: Dr. Sunil Agarwal, Dr. R.Sekhar

Judges: Mr. Peter Mc Collum, Mr. Martin Bjorck, Mr. Nandan Haldipur

Panelists: Dr. Deepak Selvaraj, Dr. Tapish Sahu, Dr. Ajay Savlania

1630hrs - 1730hrs : PRIZE PAPER SESSION

18:00 hrs - General Body Meeting - Vascular Society of India (Banquet Hall , Radisson Blu Hotel)

20:00 hrs - VSI Members' Catwalk + Gala Dinner - VEDAS - The Banquet (Akhnoor Road, Jammu)

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2 : October 5th 2018

S No

Time

Abs No

Title

Presenter

 

 

 

Free Paper Session 1 (10:00-11:00)

 

 

 

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Apurva Srivastava, Dr. Ritesh Gaikwad, Dr. Shashidhar

 

1

10:00-10:05

7

Sine Wave Technique To Superficialise A Deep Arteriovenous Fistula

Dabas A

 

2

 

10:05-10:10

 

86

 

Safety And Feasibility Of Ultrasound Guided(USG) Supraclavicular Brachial Plexus(SBP)Block With Intercosto-Brachial Nerve(IBN) Block For Performing Basilic Vein Transposition.

 

 

Gupta P

3

10:10-10:15

19

A Prospective Evaluation Of Laboratory Risk Indicator For Necrotizing Fasciitis (Lrinec) In An

Indian Patients With Cellulitis

Aggarwal A

4

10:15-10:20

4

Use Of ‘Cool Turban’ To Reduce Brain Ischemia During Carotid Endarterectomy

Bedi H

5

10:20-10:25

33

A Case Series Of Popliteal Artery Aneurysms

Harita K

6

10:25-10:30

63

Carotid Endarterectomy – Our Institutional Experience, GRH, Madurai

Unni Veena R

7

10:30-10:35

55

Prospective Randomized Comparative Study Between Vasculomimetic Supera Stent And

Drug Eluting Balloon For Superficial Femoral Artery Disease

Abraham M J

8

10:35-10:40

8

Radial Artery Aneurysm Associated With Blunt Trauma - A Case Report And Literature

Review

Sundari J J A

9

10:40-10:45

10

Catheter Last: An Early-Cannulation Nano-Fibrous Arteriovenous Graft For Hemodialysis

Patients.

Glowinski J

10

10:45-10:50

16

A Clinical Study On Outcome Of Slow Flow Vascular Malformation With Endovascular

Chemical Ablation

Murugan P

11

10:50-10:55

113

Initial Experience Of Dedicated Venous Stent For Iliac Vein Stenting

Padaria S

12

10:55-11:00

127

 

Management Of Carotid Body Tumors : Report Of 12 Cases And Review Of Literature

Tripathy G

 

 

 

Free Paper Session 2 (11:00-12:30)

 

 

 

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Diwakar Bendi, Dr. Praveen Jindal, Dr. Hemil Patel

 

13

11:00-11:05

6

Use Of Intraluminal Shunt To Improve Patency In Small Caliber Grafts

Bedi H

14

11:05-11:10

22

Prospective Study Of Av Access Enhancement Or Salvage Procedures

Siddapuram  S

15

11:10-11:15

25

Endovascular Approach : Are We Going Overboard?

Pandey K

16

11:15-11:20

84

A Cross-Sectional Study Of Contemporary Vascular Access Practices

Gupta P

17

11:20-11:25

23

A Clinical Study On Outcome Of Endovascular Intervention For Iliac Artery Diseases

Dharmalingam S

18

11:25-11:30

32

Reccurent Occipitocervical Arterio Venous Malformation(A Case Report)

Harita K

19

11:30-11:35

35

Outcome Measurement Of Vascular Access Device (Chemoport) Placement

Rajagopalan C

 

20

 

11:35-11:40

 

36

 

Percutaneous Treatment( Venoplasty Without Stenting) Of Central Venous Obstruction As A Complication Of Prolonged Hemodialysis – Preliminary Institutional Experience

 

Prasad  Dubey G

21

11:40-11:45

39

Isolated Superior Mesenteric Artery Dissection – A Management Dilemma

Atmakur G

22

11:45-11:50

37

Stent Assisted Balloon Induced Intimal Disruption And Relamination In Aortic Dissection

Repair (Stabilise) In Chronic Type B Aortic Dissection.

Thiney P

23

11:50-11:55

59

Management Of Late Presenting Vascular Injuries Of The Limb-Report Of Two Year

Experience In JIPMER

Soman J

24

11:55-12:00

40

Surgery For Pseudoaneurysm In Intravenous Drug Abusers

Zargar B

 

25

 

12:00-12:05

 

78

 

Radial To Ulnar Loop Technique For Endovascular Management Of Critical Hand Ischemia In Cases Where Antegrade Recanalization Of The Radial Artery Or Ulnar Artery Fails.

 

Singh A

26

12:05-12:10

90

Management And Outcome Of The Patients Of Chronic Upper Limb Ischemia Secondary To

The Arterial Thoracic Outlet Obstruction(Atos)

Mahapatra S

27

12:10-12:15

88

Extra Anatomic Bypass Graft : Our Experience At GMC Jammu

Gandotra V

28

12:15-12:20

107

From Stooping From Pain To Stooping For Food: Role Of Open Mesenteric Vascularisation In

This Endovascular Era

Kommoju S

29

12:20-12:25

42

Largest Massively Thrombosed Varicose Veins Ever Reported

Bedi H

30

12:25-12:30

102

A 10 Year Institutional Experience Of Carotid Endarterectomy In The Management Of Carotid

Artery Stenosis.

Kumar M

 

 

 

Free Paper Session 3 (14:00-15:30)

 

 

 

 

Chairpersons: Dr. Pravin Narkhede, Dr. Ambrish Satwik, Dr. Ajay Savlania

 

31

14:00-14:05

28

Vascular Injury :- Have We Come Up To Our Country’s Expectations Till Now?

Pandey K

32

14:05-14:10

38

Endovenous Laser Ablation –Importance Of Different Laser Wavelengths

Bedi H

33

14:10-14:15

104

Outcomes Of Surgical Thrombectomy / Hybrid Procedures Of Arteriovenous Fistulas In

Hemodialysis Patients

Kumarappan P

34

14:15-14:20

101

Study Of Outcomes Following Retrograde Approach To Angioplasty In Management Of Infra-

Inguinal Peripheral Arterial Disease.

Sharma N

35

14:20-14:25

112

 

Single Physician Experience Of Over 12,000 Cases Of Endovenous Ablation Of Varicose Veins

Padaria S

36

14:25-14:30

121

Stents In Tibial Arteries : Our Experience

Thakore V

37

14:30-14:35

129

Traumatic Arteriovenous Fistula- Spectrum Of Presentation And Management

Tripathy G

38

14:35-14:40

135

Effect Of Abnormal Lipid Profile (Lp) On Wound Healing In Critical Limb Ischemia Patient

With Successful Infrapopliteal Angioplasty

 

Chaudhari H

39

14:40-14:45

97

Percutaneous Treatment Of Central Venous Obstruction In Esrd: An Institutional Experience

Aher A

40

14:45-14:50

136

Arteriovenous Access in Patients with Chronic Renal Failure

Ishtyak A M

 

41

 

14:50-14:55

 

137

Comparative Study Of Endovenous Laser Ablation And High Ligation With Stripping Of The

Great Saphenous Vein

Kattoor T

 

42

 

14:55-15:00

 

138

Al-Quds and The Great March of return Events peripheral Vascular Trauma, Case Series report from Single Trauma Centre at Gaza Strip

Abdelrahman AA

 

43

 

15:00-15:05

 

139

Clinical Profile, Angiographic Findings And Outcomes Following Intervention In Patients With Takayasu’s Arteritis.

Sabarish Kumar

 

44

 

15:05-15:10

 

140

Analysis of immediate and long-term outcomes following lower extremity amputation performed for vascular indications in a south Indian Institute

Venu Kumar

 

45

 

15:10-15:15

 

141

Retrospective Study Of Patients Who Underwent Renal Revascularisation Procedures:5 Year Institutional Experience

Deepak George John

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3 : October 6th 2018

Session Timings

Time

SI No

Name

Topic

IJVES SESSION

Breakfast Session (Hall B)

08:00-09:00 Discussion on Research Papers written by postgraduates, discssed with editorial board members

Session 1 - AV Access

Chairpersons: Dr. V. Balaji, Dr. Sumit Kapadia, Dr.Praveen Jindal

Panelists: Dr. Pravin Narkhede, Dr. S.K.Bali, Dr. Sharmila

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 1
0900hrs - 1015hrs (Speaker : 7 minutes

each

Q&A : 19 minutes)

9:00-09:07

1

Dr. Virendra Singh Sheorain

Role of DCB in Salvaging Failing Fistula

09:07-09:14

2

Dr. Sunder Narsimhan

Stents should not be used in Native failing AV Fistula

09:14-09:21

3

Dr. Tapish Sahu

Stents should be electively used in native failing Fistula

09:21-09:28

4

Dr. Rakesh Mahajan

A.V Graft-How to choose patient and site for A.V Graft

09:28-09:35

5

Dr. Aadarsh Kabra

Debate - Central Venous Stenosis-Balloon Angioplasty is best therapy

09:35-09:42

6

Dr. Sandeep Agarwal

Debate - Central Venous Stenosis-Stenting is mandatory in all cases

09:42-09:49

7

Dr. Rajesh Dharamraj

DCB in AV fistula : Singapore experience

09:49-09:56

9

Mr. Willy Pillay

Steal Syndrome  in Vascular Access

09:56-10:15

PANEL DISCUSSION / Q&A

Session 2 - Video Session

Chairpersons: Dr. Tarun Grover, Dr. Sandeep Agarwal, Dr. Virender Sheorain

Panelists: Dr. Yashpal Singh, Dr. Shubhabrata Banerjee, Dr. Hiten Patel

 

 

 

Session 2
1015 hrs - 1130hrs

(Speaker : 10 minutes each

Q&A : 20 minutes)

10:15-10:25

1

Dr. Gireesh Warawdekar

Tumor embolisation

10:25-10:35

2

Dr. Sai Ram

Fem-Distal Bypass

10:35-10:45

3

Dr. Ambarish Satwik

Uterine artery embolisation

10:45-10:55

4

Dr. Sriram Narayan

IVUS  in IVC & Iliac veins

10:55-11:15

PANEL DISCUSSION / Q&A

1115hrs - 1130hrs : SAARC Session Inauguration

Session 3 - Trauma Session

Chairpersons: AVM Dr. Sudhir Rai, Dr. Vembu Anand, Dr. Noor Ali

Panelists: Dr. Ishtiyak Mir, Col. Vivek Agarwal, Dr. Aniruddha Bhuyan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 3
1115hrs - 1215hrs (Speaker : 7 minutes

each

Q&A : 18 minutes)

11:30-11:37

1

Dr. Rishi Dhillan

Modalities of treatment in Vascular Trauma- Terror  Trauma

11:37-11:44

2

Dr. Arvind Kohli

Terror Trauma a new threat in today's world

11:44-11:51

3

Dr. Krish Soundarrajan

SAAVS consensus on trauma and acute arterial  management

11:51-11:58

4

Dr. Kalapatapu VR

Treatment options for traumatic aortic injury

11:58-12:05

5

Mr. Sewa Singh

Iatrogenic Arterial Injuries - Strategies for Management

12:05-12:12

6

Mr. Rakesh Kapur

Supracondylar fracture and brachial artery injury  management

12:12-12:30

PANEL DISCUSSION / Q&A

Session 4 - Diabetic Foot Session

Chairpersons: Dr. Chandrashekhar A.R., Dr. Sumanthraj, Dr. Sunil Rajendran

Panelists:  Dr.  Sandeep Raj Pandey,  Dr.  Apurva Srivastava,  Dr. Ritesh Gaikwad

 

 

 

 

Session 4
1215hrs - 1315hrs (Speaker : 7 minutes

each

Q&A : 18 minutes)

12:30-12:37

1

Dr. Mogan Naidu

Minimal Invasive Surgery (MIS) in Management of Infected Diabetic Foot Ulcer

with Vascular Intervention

12:37-12:44

2

Dr. Vikram Sannasi

How to set up a multi-disciplinary diabetic foot service

12:44-12:51

3

Dr. R. P. Kudyar

How to optimize diabetic patients undergoing major Vascular interventions  in

the peri & post operative periods

12:51-12:58

4

Dr. Chandrashekhar V

Role of topical oxygen therapy in current scenario of wound healing

12:58-13:05

5

Dr. Nihar Pradhan

Does choice of dressings matter in Diabetic Foot Ulcer?

13:05-13:12

6

Dr. Pritee Sharma

The role of NPWT makes a difference in wound healing

13:12-13:19

PANEL DISCUSSION / Q&A

1330HRS ONWARDS : VALEDICTORY SESSION

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3 : October 6th 2018

S No

Abs No

Title

Presenter

 

 

Poster Session 1 (04/10/2018, 10:00-13:00)

 

 

 

Judges: Mr. Thomas Holzenbein, Dr. Dhanesh Kamerkar

 

1

117

A Case Of Carotid Body Tumor , Shamblin Class III And It’s Surgical Management

Gheewala U

2

17

“The New Scoring System For Diabetic Foot Complications From India”

Joshi S

3

93

Percutaneous Embolisation Of Giant Saccular Renal Artery Aneurysm

Ghanwat S

4

68

Limb Salvage-The Ultimate Goal

Manoj Prabakar R

5

5

A Retrospective Analysis Of Deep Vein Thrombosis And Thrombophlebitis Of A Great Subcutaneous Vein In

Pregnant Women.

Tajibayev T

6

133

A Case Of Popliteal Artery Injury With Delayed Presentation

Jha R

7

73

Aorto Renal Bypass Using Internal Iliac Artery In A Paediatric – A Case Report

Robinson C

8

74

Embolisation Of Peripheral Arteriovenous Malformations: Asingle Institute Experience

Pawar P

9

82

Primary Leiomyosarcoma Of The Inferior Vena Cava- A Case Series

Jagan J

10

12

Endovascular Stenting Of Spontaneous Isolated Dissection Of Superior Mesenteric Artery (SID–SMA) – A

Case Report And Literature Review.

Sravan CPS

11

87

A Case Of Lateral Neck Mass – Glomus Vagale, Abutting Carotid And Jugular Vessels, Evaluation And

Appropriate Surgical Management

Kalaichelvan K

12

108

Endovascular Intervention For Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome (KTS): A Novel Technique.

Paliwal V

 

 

Judges round: 13:00 to 14:00 hrs

 

 

 

Poster Session 2 (04/10/2018, 14:30-17:00)

 

 

 

Judges: Mr. Peter Mc Collum, Dr. Vijay Thakore

 

13

20

A Prospective Evaluation Of Wifi Classification System In An Indian Population

Aggarwal A

14

132

Percutaneous Embolisation Of Renal Angiomyolipoma Prior To Excision :An Institutional Experience

Airen A

15

72

Angioembolisation - Bleeding Gastroduodenal Artery

Senthilnathan T

16

61

Case Report- Management Of Complex Case Of Left Thigh High Flow Arteriovenous Malformation (Avm)

Associated With Common Femoral Artery Aneurysm

Hemant K

17

48

Sequential Compression Biomechanical Device (SCBD) In Patients With Critical Limb Ischemia With

Nonreconstructable Disease: Prospective Study On 46 Patients.

Lende V

18

58

A Case Report – Right Leg Vascular Leiomyoma

Nishan B

19

53

Anomalous Branches From Internal Carotid Artery ( Cervical Branches) Supplying Carotid Body Tumor.

Jahangir S

20

50

SMA Aneurysm - A Case Report

Ramya M

21

111

Chronic IVC Stenosis Presenting As B/L Varicose Veins – A Case Report

Arun Prasath S

22

95

Modified Pressure Cooker Technique (MPCT): An Effective Way To Control Onyx Reflux In Peripheral

Arteriovenous  Malformations (PAVMS).

Bharath M

23

76

Role Of Posterior Approach In Popliteal Artery Exposure

Gadhavi Rishab

24

103

Thoracic Endovascular Repair In Management Of Traumatic Injuries. A 10 Years' Experiance

Kumar M Ganesh

 

 

Judges round: 17:00 to 18:00 hrs

 

 

 

Poster Session 3 (05/10/2018, 10:00-14:30)

 

 

 

Judges: Dr Kumud Rai, Mr. Mike Wyatt

 

25

116

Palpable Thoracic Aneurysm Through Chest Wall -A Late And Ominous Presentation

Ramachandran Nair H

26

120

Cardiac Arrest Following Protamine Administration After Eversion Carotid Endarterectomy:A Case Report

Kumar V

27

125

Intraoperative Tumour Migration In Intravenous Leiomyomatosis With Ivc And Intracardiac Extension - A

Case Report

Punnepillil Thaha A

28

128

Use Of MOMA Device In ICA Stenosis

Jha Rakesh

29

77

Treatmment Of Infected Aortic Aneurysms: A Single Institutte Experience

Pawar P

30

96

Management Of Aorto-Enteric Fistula: A Series Of 3 Cases.

Aher A

31

81

Can We Bypass In Mönckeberg's Medial Sclerosis?

Jagan J

32

44

Retograde Open Mesentric Stenting (Roms) For Chronic Mesenteric Ischemia- A Case Report

Sravan CPS

33

99

A Hybrid Treatment In Patients With Post-Thrombotic Limb:An Institutional Experience

Krishna Y S

34

21

A Prospective Evaluation Of Laboratory Risk Indicator For Necrotizing Fasciitis (Lrinec) In An Indian Patients

With Cellulitis

Aggarwal A

35

51

A Giant Thoracoabdominalaorticaneurysm - A Rare Case Report

Ramya M

 

 

Judges round: 14:30 to 15:30 hrs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Organizing Committee

Organizing Committee VSICON 2018 Jammu

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Dr. Sunanda Raina
Patron
Principal and
Dean Govt Medical College Jammu

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Dr. Gurjit Singh
Organizing Chairman

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Dr. V S Bedi
Chairman Scientific Committee

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Dr. Noor Ali
Organizing President

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Dr. Arvind Kohli
Organizing Secretary

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Dr. Ishtiaq A. Mir
Treasurer


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Dr. Tapish Sahu
Member Scientific Committee

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Dr. Mohit Arora
Executive Committee Member

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Dr. Vivek Gandotra
Executive Committee Member

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Dr. Babar Rashid
Executive Committee Member

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Dr.Bhumika Gupta
Member Organising Committee

Vascular Society of India

Executive Committee Members

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Dr. S R Subrammaniyan
President

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Dr. T Vidyasagran
Immediate Past President

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Dr. M Unnikrishnan
President Elect

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Dr. S Jeyakumar
Secretary

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Dr. Deepak Selvaraj
Treasurer




Executive Committee Members

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Dr. Arvind Kohli

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Dr. Srujal Shah

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Dr. Venkatesh Reddy

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Dr. Nihar Pradhan

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Dr. Narendra Medha



International Faculty

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Mike Wyatt
UK

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Thomas Holzeinbein
Austria

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Kalapatapu VR,
Philadelphia USA

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Shriram Narayan
Singapore

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Thodur Vasudevan
New Zealand


 

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John Wolfe
UK

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Sewa Singh
UK

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Nandan Haldipur
UK

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Willy Pillay
UK

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Rajesh Dharamraj
Singapore


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Martin Bjorck
Sweden

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Krish Soundarrajan
USA

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Morgan Naidu
Malaysia

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Tej Singh
USA

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Rajesh Dave
USA

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Anders Wanhainen
Sweden

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Peter
McCollum
UK

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Jerzy
Glowinski
Poland

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Rakesh
Kapur
UK

 

 


Registration

 


 


Registration Rates from 16th September till onsite


Category


Registration Only

3 days

Single occupancy

Double Occupancy

Twin Sharing

Package A
Sold Out

Package B Sold Out

Package A
Sold Out

Package B Sold Out

Package A
Sold Out

Package B Sold Out

VSI Member

15,000

33,000

31,000

42,000

40,000

26,000

24,000

Non Member

16,000

34,000

32,000

43,000

41,000

27,000

25,000

Post Graduates*

9,000

25,000

34,000

20,000

Accompanying Person

10,000




Trade Exhibitor

15,000




Note: All rates are in INR. GST as applicable.

Terms & Conditions:

  1. Three days residential package includes registration fees. Hotels offered are as under.

    1. Package A Hotel: (Hotel Radisson Blu) and Hari Niwas Heritage Hotel - (5 Kms. from venue). Sold Out

    2. Package B Hotel : Fortune Inn Riviera (1 Km. from Venue). Sold Out

    3. For Post Graduates*: KC Residency Hotel - (2 Kms. from Venue). Sold Out


  2. Residential package for double occupancy stands for delegate along with spouse. The registration fees of accompanying person is included in the package rate.


  3. Twin Sharing package is for sharing the rooms with friends/colleagues the rates are per person.

 

Cancellation Policy:

Dates

Refund

Cancellation on or 31st March, 2018

100% Refund

Cancellation from 1st April  - 30th June 2018

50% Refund

After 30th June, 2018

No Cancellation will be entertained

 

Note:

  • • All Cancellation requests should be sent through an email to the Official Conference Managers

  • • Refunds will be processed within 30 days after the event


Note: Please send the Cheque/DD along with the filled form to our Official Conference Manager

Offline Registration

Tariff - Click the below links to view

Registration Form

Online Registration

Online Payment

Online Registration

Note:
* To avail 'Post Graduate' registration fee, a letter from Head of Department / Head of Institution or a photo-ID is a must as documentary proof.
* For spot registration - conference kits is subject to availability.
* Late registrants and on Spot registrants may not receive Credit Points.

 

For Registration related queries please may get in touch with the undersigned:
Registration Secretariat
E: vsicon18@mci-group.com
T: +91-011-41154152

 

Abstract Submission

 

 


Pre-Post Tours




Tour 1 - Jammu - Vaishno Devi, 2 Nights 3 Days

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Tour 2 - Kashmir, 5 Nights 6 Days

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Tour 3 - Kashmir, 8 Nights 9 Days

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Tour 4 - Kashmir with Ladakh, 7 Nights 8 Days

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Tour 5 - Kashmir with Ladakh, 10 Nights 11 Days

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Venue : Radisson Blu Jammu


Radisson Square, Narwal Bala, Bypass Road, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir - 180006



 

Radisson Blu Jammu is an international 5-star hotel in Jammu and Kashmir, for guests visiting the state’s commercial capital. The hotel is located on the Jammu-Srinagar Bypass and near Katra NH-1A and allows quick access.

Radisson Jammu has 119 sophisticated rooms and suites with modern amenities and is an ideal retreat for business and leisure travelers. The upscale hotel is a combination of striking design, first-class accommodation and a standard service.

Connectivity: The hotel is a mere 15-minute drive (6 km) from Jammu Airport and only 6-minute (3 km) from Jammu Railway Station.