management of vascular filler complications and retrobulbar cadaver injections
March 14, 2020
Price: € 2450 per person
about the event
This course is intended for all physicians who are working with fillers. This is a 1-day practical training on management of vascular filler complications, including fresh frozen cadaveric injection, acute therapy skills practice and theoretical backgrounds.
The theory covers the latest cutting-edge insights on best practices on how to manage arterial embolisms of peripheral circulation as well as retinal circulation. Special attention is allocated to ultrasound-guided hyaluronidase injections. Several algorithms will be shared for quick and easy reference.
It is a comprehensive hands-on training with small break out groups to practice several acute situations after filler embolization with both hyaluronic acid and calcium hydroxylapatite. Each delegate will be leading at least one case of acute ischemia. Our faculty will be scoring the technical skills.
Job Thuis, MD, aesthetic physician
Peerooz Saeed, MD, PhD, oculoplastic and orbit surgeon
Philippe Snozzi, MD, aesthetic physician
Jonathan Kadouch, MD, PhD, dermatologist
Jani van Loghem, MD, PhD-c, aesthetic physician
Department of Ophthalmology
Amsterdam University Medical Center, location AMC
Meigergdreef 9, 1105 AZ Amsterdam
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Metro: disembark at metro terminal Holendrecht
(direction Gein; see the metro map)
54 from Amsterdam Central Station
(via terminals Amstel and Bijlmer Arena)
50 from Isolatorweg
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Train: disembark at NS train station Holendrecht
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