If you are involved in the Stroke Chain, you should join us at The Tel Aviv Stroke meeting to share, exchange, debate, and learn on the management of Large Vessel occlusion stroke.
Join us at the “Tel Aviv 2019 a SLICE© Experience – Stroke Course” and learn to interpret basic cerebral angiograpghy, perform mechanical thrombectomy and get updated on latest advancements in the treatment of large vessel occlusion Stroke.
The first day (April 9th) in the afternoon will be dedicated to workshops, giving the attendees a special and unique opportunity to learn the basics of cerebral angiography and mechanical thrombectomy.
The basic angiography workshop will be based on recorded thrombectomy cases that will be diffused on large screens and commented by one of our Faculty member, each participant will have the opportunity to discuss the with the faculty and get a better understanding of the imaging and the procedural aspects in the angiosuit.
The Silicon Model Workshops will include 4 realistic Silicon Models, and will give the opportunity for each participant to perform Hands on a mechanical thrombectomy under the guidance of one of our faculty member.
This first day will be a great opportunity to meet and socialize with other participants and of course with our faculty.
The 10th and 11th of April will bring some of the key leaders of opinion in the field from France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Canada and USA to give us the latest updates on the ongoing trials and research in the management of Large vessel occlusion.
In partnership with Europa organization and the SLICE®, five high quality “live cases” commented and discussed by their author will be projected during the meeting and will cover all the main themes of the course : Pre Hospital, Patient Selection and technical issues in the Angiosuit. Those “Live cases” are a unique opportunity for open discussions, knowledge exchange and debate between all course participants.
Please note our special rates for students:
|Payment Prior to February 20th, 2019||Payment From February 21st|
until April 1st, 2019
|From April 2nd, 2019|
|Fellows, Residents, Graduate students*||$455||$510||$630|