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Status of vascular surgery in Europe : an ESVS/EDBVS collaboration for the XVIII Annual Meeting of the European Society for Vascular Surgery held in Innsbruck, Austria between 17 and 19 September 2004 /
editors, Christos D. Liapis and William P. Paaske ; co-editors, Fabrizio Benedetti-Valentini ... [et al.].
imprint
Amsterdam ; Oxford : Elsevier, 2004.
description
xiv, 351 p. : ill.
ISBN
0444517626 (hbk.)
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Book
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Summaries
Bowker Data Service Summary
Topics covered in this volume include vascular registries and databases in arterial disease, national vascular registries, and the status of vascular surgery in Europe in 2004.
Main Description
The book primarily investigates the status quo of vascular surgery in Europe, covering mainly training and organization of vascular services. Since the last publication, the expansion of the EU through the inclusion of 10 more countries, with varying differences in training and vascular services, has created a need to review the current state of the specialty across Europe. A framework for effective management and harmonization can be built from information gleaned from this book. History of the development of the European Division and Board of Vascular Surgery to present day Comprehensive data on workings of the vascular surgical specialty across Europe Extensive information on vascular registries
Table of Contents
Introductionp. 1
The UEMS - short historyp. 4
The beginning : the Aosta initiative - the council of vascular surgeons in the EEC/EUp. 15
European origins of the vascular speciality and foundation of the European Board of Vascular Surgery (EBVS)p. 21
The division of vascular surgery of the UEMSp. 32
Introduction to the European Board of Vascular Surgeryp. 38
The role of the European Society for Vascular Surgeryp. 41
The European Board of Surgery qualification in vascular surgeryp. 46
Training centres : differences in trainingp. 52
European Board of Vascular Surgery : CME and CPPD activitiesp. 56
Clinical governancep. 64
The need for exit examinations for vascular surgeons in the various European countriesp. 72
European Association of Vascular Surgeons in Training (EAVST)p. 76
Funding of research in vascular surgery-related topicsp. 95
Endovascular surgery in Europep. 102
Postgraduate training in endovascular surgery for vascular surgeonsp. 109
National vascular registriesp. 116
European vascular registries : Vascunet and Eurovascp. 130
Vascular registries and databases in arterial disease : the EUROSTAR registryp. 137
Future prospects and developments in the workings and activities of the European Division and Board of Vascular Surgery (EDBVS) of the UEMSp. 143
The status of vascular surgery in Austria in 2004p. 285
Status of vascular surgery in Belgiump. 287
The status of vascular surgery in Croatiap. 289
The status of vascular surgery in Cyprusp. 292
Status of vascular surgery in the Czech Republicp. 294
Status of vascular surgery in Denmarkp. 296
The status of vascular surgery in Finlandp. 298
Status of vascular surgery in Germanyp. 299
Status of vascular surgery in Greecep. 304
Status of vascular surgery in Hungaryp. 308
Status of vascular surgery in Irelandp. 312
Status of vascular surgery in Italyp. 314
Status of vascular surgery in Luxembourgp. 318
Status of vascular surgery in the Netherlandsp. 319
Status of vascular surgery in Norwayp. 322
Status of vascular surgery in Portugalp. 325
State of vascular surgery in Slovak Republic 2003p. 327
Status of vascular surgery in Sweden, November 2003p. 331
Status of vascular surgery in Spainp. 332
Status of vascular surgery in Switzerland July 2003, information on surgical training and working time in Switzerland based on a questionnaire concerning the 48-h week (directive initially 93/104/EC then amended by 2000/34/EC)p. 334
The status of vascular surgery in the UK : vascular surgical training in the UKp. 338
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