8th Vascular Day at Urania Berlin at December 3rd
Patient Information Event: You are only as young as your vessels
In collaboration with the Vascular Center Berlin-Brandenburg at Hubertus Hospital and the 1. Amputee Initiative for patients with vascular disease and amputees.
Vascular diseases such as circulatory disorders of the legs, varicose veins, aortic aneurysm as well as various treatment options are presented by experts. Questions to our experts are welcome.
With early registration, interested parties can measure their blood flow in the legs in the Arteriomobil in front of the Urania.
Admission for the event is free. We look forward to seeing you there!
From the program:
- Experience of more than 20 years of Amputee Initiative
- PAD: What is it?
- Vascular Sports: Going with the flow?
- Balloon or stent? Possibilities of re-opening of closed arteries with catheters
- Do we still need surgery? Vascular surgery explained - with examples
- The aortic aneurysm: Bagatelle or "time bomb"?
- Treatment of aortic aneurysm: surgery or stent?
- Amputation: Support and assistance in the hospital
- Varicose veins and phlebitis: normal symptoms of aging?
- Laser? Surgery? Radio wave therapy? Leeches? What treatment is suitable for varicose veins
For more information about the Vascular Center Berlin-Brandenburg visit our website
The information day will take place at Urania, An der Urania 17 in 10787 Berlin on December 3, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.