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At the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery (SCVS) 47th Annual Symposium (March 16–20), surgeons from around the country convened in Boca Raton, FL to hear about the latest research in vascular surgery.
Thomas Cheng from Boston Medical Center did a great job presenting on dialysis access infections at the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery meeting in Las Vegas— Alik Farber (@AlikFarber) March 19, 2018
Themes from today's #SCVS2018 sessions: Call for an interdisciplinary coordination for pt tx (IR, PCP, Heme), caution against over treatment (esp. filters), and a call to leverage your hospital's investment in its EHR— Stephanie Vasquez (@CatalyticNRG) March 18, 2018
Attendees made time for friendly competition with colleagues…
Moderating venous session, raising AAA awareness with the great @JimCraigUSA and judging the next generation at the Top Gun simulation sesssion all at @SCVS1969 #SCVS2018 @ClevelandClinic @CleClinicMD pic.twitter.com/bvJpk4ZqAj— Christopher Smolock (@smolock1) March 20, 2018
…celebrated increased women in vascular surgery…
Proud to be apart of a specialty that has seen significant growth in female trainees with vascular now having 33.8% as compared to IR and cardiology at 9.3 and 8.4% respectively @SCVS1969 #SCVS2018 pic.twitter.com/dYV45A3qwI— Ian Schlieder (@IanSchlieder) March 20, 2018
…and looked towards the future.
That’s a wrap of SCVS2018!