June 17, 2023
8 – 11 am US Central
3 – 6 pm Paris
Liquid and Conformable Embolics
Gain insights into this emerging area – what are the new products, how are they used, how can these products be seamlessly incorporated into practices, why is there fear in using them, and more.
- Understand the technical factors required for successful delivery of glue in the peripheral vasculature.
- Understand the differences between the available DMSO-based liquid embolic agents and their current status regarding use for peripheral embolization.
- Differentiate between liquids and conformable solids and review how these differences impact utilization for peripheral embolization.
- Gain exposure to potential applications for liquid embolic use for peripheral embolization.
Liquid materials: what is out there? | Dr. Gary Siskin, Albany Medical Center
Glue: How chemistry translates into clinical behavior | Dr. Yasuaki Arai, National Cancer Center Hospital
DMSO based materials: All about the materials’ basics | Pr. Hélène Vernhet-Kovacisk, CHU Montpellier
Hydrogels: Basics | Dr. Chen Guo, University of Minnesota
What is Shear thinning and how Obsidio Works | Dr. Kevin Henseler, Midwest Radiology
- Tips and Tricks: How to get the best out of each material: Glue, EVOH and DMSO based, Lipiodol, Shear thining, and others
Glue: Video cases | Dr. Yasuaki Arai, National Cancer Center Hospital
Lava: What did the study show? | Dr. Bulent Arslan, RUSH University Medical Center
Obsidio: Initial experience | Dr. Kevin Henseler, Midwest Radiology
Lipiojoint: Initial experience | Pr. Marc Sapoval, Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou
- Glue in GI bleed | Pr. Romaric Loffroy, François-Mitterrand Dijon University Hospital
- Lipiodol in GAE | Pr. Marc Sapoval, Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou
- PAE: Coil out technique with Obsidio | Dr. Jafar Golzarian, University of Minnesota
- Lipiodol/Glue in PAE | Pr. Romaric Loffroy, François-Mitterrand Dijon University Hospital
- Lava in GI Bleeding | Dr. Bulent Arslan, RUSH University Medical Center
- Combination of materials is the future | Dr. Gary Siskin, Albany Medical Center
- Clinical applications of liquid, conformables, combination of embolics, and newer applications such as lipiodol in MSK