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PAD & Vascular European Days 2017

PAD & Vascular EU Days

3rd Edition of PAD and Vascular European Days

4th  Edition 15-19 March 2017

Held every year on the third Wednesday and Thursday of March (with optional social events during the weekend)

to

Raise awareness of Vascular Disease which are largely preventable both in their development and in their evolution.

 

The first day is dedicated to PAD (Peripheral Arterial Disease, arterial disease of the legs related with atherosclerosis, whose diagnosis may save lives or help to live better), while the second day deals with other vascular diseases (arteries, veins , lymphatics and microcirculation).   
The Main slogan is:

“No more Vascular Amputations”

2017 Against Diabetes

Links for Materials

 

VAS in collaboration with  22 Societies :      

Associazione contro le Malattie Vascolari-AmaVas

Associazione Medici Diabetologi-AMD

Austrian  Society Angiology – OGIA

Belgian Working Group on Angiology

Czech Angiology Society

French Society of Vascular Medicine-SFMV

Greek Society of Lymphology-GSL

Greek  Society Diabetic Foot

Hungarian Society of Angiology & Vascular Surgery-MAET

Italian Society of Vascular Pathologies–SIAPAV

Polish Society of Angiology

Romanian Society of Angiology & Vascular Surgery

Società Italiana Medici di Medicina Generale-SIMG

Slovak Society of Angiology

Slovenian Vascular Society

Swedish Society of Hypertension, Stroke & Vascular Medicine

The College of Podiatry-UK

Vascular Medicine Ireland

VAS ‘Vascular Patients European Network

European Society of Lymphology

International Union of Angiology

UEMS Division of Angiology/Vascular Medicine

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WHO links our PAD&Vascular Days

http://www.euro.who.int/en/health-topics/noncommunicable-diseases/cardiovascular-diseases/news/news/2014/03/peripheral-arterial-disease-pad-european-population-based-action-plan-for-early-diagnosis

 

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