ESR Connect Weekly
Season 1: The Cube Expanded - Episode 4

A fish with its mouth closed never gets caught

October 30, 2019 | 19:30 CET

  • 1 LECTURE
  • 45 MINUTES
  • 2 SPEAKERS
  • ESR MEMBERS Free
  • NON-MEMBERS Free

Watch what challenges can be encountered in treating a complex visceral (pseudo-)aneurysm

Visceral (pseudo-)aneurysms. Endovascular treatment. Clinical routine. ... Everyday business? How and when (should and can) they be treated? ... But how do you deal with peculiar situations ...? Join the Cube Expanded team on a journey to find creative solutions, and use the CubeLab to focus on details and the fine tuning of materials and techniques (positioning, placement, deployment systems, etc.)... and why is this episode actually titled: "A fish with its mouth closed never gets caught" (?)
 

Learning objectives

  1. Material ‘science’ – tools of the trade
  2. Decision management / mastering complicated situations
  3. Finding creative solutions
 

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Speakers

Presenter

Maximilian de Bucourt

Berlin, Germany

Presenter

Julian Lenk

Berlin, Germany

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