Return to course: Coil Summit
Biomaterial Basics - What every IR should know about coil materials and characteristics
Introduction to the coil summit
Understanding the coil materials - the metals
Understanding the coil materials - fibers
Understanding coil materials - hydrogels
Understanding the coil manufacturing process
What every IR should know about coil characteristics
Panel Discussion - Coil materials, characteristics and trade-offs
Industry Sponsored Session - Terumo Medical
Volume and Reliable Occlusion – Clinical Use of Hydrogel Coil
From the Bench to the Patient - How the materials and characteristics translate to clinical use.
Measuring the packing density - are we accurate and is this helpful?
Case Discussion: When have we packed enough?
Bare Metal Coils: Maximizing Vessel Occlusion vs Minimizing Vessel Recanalization
Hydrogel Coils: Maximizing Vessel Occlusion vs Minimizing Vessel Recanalization
Fibered Coils: Maximizing Vessel Occlusion vs Minimizing Vessel Recanalization
Panel Debate - Maximizing Vessel Occlusion vs Minimizing Vessel Recanalization - are these efforts incompatible?
Materials and Techniques
What is out there? A review of coils
Vessel Sacrifice - Frame and Fill: Case Presentation
Making the case for pushable coils
Closing Large Vessels - Combining Embolic Materials: Case Presentation
Closing high-flow vessels: Case Presentation
Bad Coiling - Dealing with "Mishaps"
Case Presentations - Material Selection and Why?
Embolization of priapism: making the case for neuro coils
Trauma Case: Making the Case for Fibered Coil
Renal Bleeding: Making the Case for low-profile coils
Pelvic Venous Disease: Best coil for venous applications
SMA Aneurysm: Save the Vessel
Hypogastric Embolization: Newer Coils
Hemorrhoids: What Coils?
Adjunctive Coil Embolization in PAE
GI Bleeding: What coil profile do I like?
Understanding the coil materials – fibers
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