Congrès iVAS 2019

PARIS - Friday 13th September 2019

Institut Mutualiste Montsouris



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Dear Colleagues,

We are delighted to welcome you to the second edition of the International Vascular Access Symposium (i-VAS 2019) in Paris, Friday - September 13th , 2019. Focusing in the most recent developments in the expanding field of Vascular Access.

Last year in our inaugural meeting, a multidisciplinary forum for Vascular Surgeons, Nephrologists, Dialysis Nurses, Technical Specialists, and other, gathered more than 200 health care professionals striving for excellence in this ever growing and complex health care specialty.

Innovations, Workshops, Live cases, Updates on new and established techniques in addition to debates on challenging and unresolved questions will be presented by some of the most experienced dialysis access specialists from Europe and the United States.

The goal for i-VAS will always be to provide an engaging discussion of how to provide the best dialysis access for our patients. We recognise the contribution to medical progress from scientific collaboration between industry and physicians, planning an open and non-biased forum while providing an opportunity for interaction and evaluation of new technology.

The International Vascular Access Symposium will be held at the Institut Mutualiste Montsouris, 42 boulevard Jourdan, the 14th arrondissement, Paris, FR. Additional information will be forthcoming for faculty, program, registration, and accommodations.

Paris is lovely in the fall so reserve this time on your calendar!

Please join us, Friday - September 13th, 2019, for a day of scientific exploration and debate encompassing the latest innovations and techniques, helping you and our patients establish a safe and functional vascular access.

The conference directors:
Pierre Bourquelot
Benoit Boura
William Jennings
Alexandros Mallios, Président du congrès et de l’Association de chirurgie cardio-vasculaire et des abords vasculaires d’hémodialyse.

With the support of