New research is being presented at the 2014 VEITH Symposium, the 41st Annual Symposium on Vascular and Endovascular Issues, from November 18 to 22 in New York City. 


Conference Highlights

Gender Differences in EVAR: A 20-Year Look

Age, Urgency, & TEVAR

Iliac Vein Stenting in the Elderly

Open Vs Endovascular RAAA Repair

ltrasound-Accelerated, Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis for DVT


News From the Meeting

Two-Year PYTHAGORAS Data Presented for Lombard Medical’s Aorfix Device

Initial Data Presented From EVAS FORWARD–Global Registry for Endologix’ Nellix Device

Innovation + Investment Roundtable At VEITHsymposium Scheduled for Friday, Nov. 21, Gramercy Suite West, 2nd Floor.  Details Include Schedule of Presentations

Lower Extremity Disease Treatment Presentations at VEITHsymposium: Stents, Drug-Eluting Balloons and Trial Updates

Management Options, Diagnosis and Treatment for Pulmonary Embolism Topics to be Presented

Final 5-Year Results of RCT Comparing Heparin Bonded PTFE Propaten Grafts vs. Standard PTFE Grafts in Fem-Pop and Fem-Fem Bypasses Durability to be Presented

A Review of Endovascular vs. Open Surgery for Critical Limb Ischemia

Innovation and Roundtable Session at VEITHsymposium:  Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical and Diagnostic Companies On-Hand To Showcase Products

The INSTEAD Trials May Not Be Enough to Justify TEVAR for All Uncomplicated TBADs: Experts State More Trials May be Needed While Other’s Disagree The Future of Carotid Stenting Is Bright  CAS Will Emerge as an Effective and Justifiable Mainstream Treatment With a Bright Future To Help Patients Further Studies to Document that Promise Are in Order

For latest news and updates

Multiple Sclerosis and CCSVI Discussions Heat Up At the 41st Annual VEITHsymposium


More From the Meeting

General Information




Introduction to Academic Surgery

Hemodialysis Access

Endovenous Management

Wound Care

Management Options for Pulmonary Embolism

Complex Vascular Malformations and Vascular Tumors

Contemporary Management of Large Vein Occlusive Disease

Special non-CME-accredited Activities



2013 Library

CME Information