NEUROVASCULAR Intensive Intervention Course 2nd Edition

This is a hands-on course focused on simulation for training in Neurointervention, offering a 1:1 ratio of simulator to trainee. It covers the main areas of neurointervention, namely, stroke, aneurysm and AVM/AVF endovascular treatment.

Learning Objectives

  • To know the etiology, pathophysiology, imaging diagnosis and prognostic of the most
    frequent cerebrovascular diseases
  • To know the present state of the art treatment indications for cerebrovascular diseases
  • To structure the decision-making process in neurovascular diseases
  • To acknowledge the diverse materials and devices available for endovascular treatment of
    cerebrovascular disease
  • To acquire technical skills through simulation for the endovascular treatment of acute
    stroke, carotid stenosis, intracranial stenosis, vascular malformations, dural AV fistula, and
    cerebral aneurysms
  • To recognise complications of endovascular treatment and practice the resolution of
    complications with the simulator

Target Audience

Residents in their last 2 years of residency in neuroradiology, neurosurgery or neurology, or specialists of neuroradiology, neurosurgery and neurology can be accepted. Provided they have experience with at least diagnostic cerebral angiography, and preferably, therapeutic angiography. Other specialties may be considered on a case by case basis.


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