Important Notice: JSVS2021 WEB conference

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided that the 49th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society for Vascular Surgery would be held on web (live and on-demand styles) in order to provide participants with more opportunities to be involved in exciting live discussion.

Web conference with LIVE presentation/discussion and on-demand styles
[Live] May 19 (Wed.) to 21 (Fri.), 2021
[On-demand] May 19 (Wed.) to June 25 (Fri.), 2021

We will announce the international program for the web conference as soon as it is fixed. We will also continue to update the website in timely manner for more details.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your contribution and patience. We will be at our best effort, preparing to aim for our newly set congress dates and we ask for your continuing cooperation.

Hiroyuki Ishibashi
President, the 49th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society for Vascular Surgery

  • Live: May 19 (Wed.) – 21 (Fri.), 2021/On-demand: May 19 (Wed.) – June 25 (Fri.), 2021/President: Hiroyuki Ishibashi Professor, Vascular Surgery, Aichi Medical University/Vice president: Katsuhiko Matsuyama Professor, Vascular Surgery, Aichi Medical University)
  • To the next stage, with the next generation

INFORMATION

2021.03.17
Website is open.

Program(English Sessions)

Live and Video on Demand

Invited Lecture 1

19, May (15:30-16:20)

There is still a place for open surgery in patients with CLTI.
Why we should not forget surgery and how can we train surgical skills?

Speaker
Werner Lang
(University Hospital Erlangen, Department of Vascular Surgery, Erlangen; Germany)
Chair
Ikuo Fukuda (Suita Tokushukai Hospital)

Invited Lecture 2

20, May (11:00-11:50)

Top ten clinical trials in aortic disease

Speaker
Ronald L.Dalman (SVS president, Stanford University, USA)
Chair
Kimihiro Komori (JSVS President, Nagoya University)

Invited Lecture 3

20, May (12:00-12:50)

Evolution in the treatment of Paravisceral and Thoracoabominal Aneurysms: Past, Present and Future

Speaker
John S.Lane (UC San Diego Health, California, USA)
Chair
Katsuyuki Hoshina (University of Tokyo Hospital)

Symposium 3

20, May (9:00-10:40)

Treatment strategy for acute type A aortic dissection complicated with malperfusion

Chair
Hideyuki Shimizu (Keio University)
Norihiko Shiiya (Hamamatsu University School of Medicine)

Symposium 6

21, May (10:50-12:20)

Intimal injury by stent-grafting (RTAD & d-SINE)

Chair
Hitoshi Matsuda (National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center)
Hidetoshi Akashi (Tobata Kyoritsu Hospital)
Keynote Lecture
Chun Che Shih
(Taipei Heart Institute, Taipei Medical University Taipei Municipal Wangfang Hospital, Taiwan)

Symposium 8

20, May (16:10-18:00)

Treatment strategy for short-neck AAA
(EVAR vs. OS; considering with mid-term outcomes)

Chair
Yukio Obitsu (IUHW Mita Hospital)
Hideaki Maeda (Nihon University)

Symposium 13

21, May (13:50-15:30)

The advent of a new device for varicose veins and renewed treatment strategy

Chair
Hirono Satogawa (Fukushima Medical University)
Masayuki Hirokawa (Ochanomizu Vascular & Vein Clinic)

Video on Demand only

Symposium15

Training for young vascular surgeons

Chair
Kazuo Tanemoto (Kawasaki Medical School Hospital)
Juno Deguchi (Saitama Medical Center)
Keynote Lecture
Chirstian Senekowitsch
(Department of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Klinik Ottakring, Vienna, Austria)