*Covid-19 Pandemic Update -- We are offering this meeting with Hybrid attendance options. The meeting will be held no matter what -- but it could be converted to virtual only -- if conditions warrant changes.
Virtual only option -- when registering, just choose the remote attendance option. Connection information will be provided prior to the meeting. Recordings and CME will be made available for 90 days.
On-site / in-person option -- when registering, just choose the in-person attendance option. A limited number of on-site seats will be made available on a first come - first serve basis. Please note - the on-site/virtual meeting option is subject to change at any time. If you plan to attend in person -- please register here first then to ensure on-site availability -- then make your travel arrangements. Also, make sure any travel arrangements are refundable because conditions could warrant further limitations or cancellation of the on-site option. Masking requirements will follow local regulations and hotel guidelines and every seat will be properly distanced. On-site registrations can participate on-site or via virtual. Faculty will be mixed -- onsite and virtual. You may be asked to participate from your hotel room at anytime. Attendees will be subject to health monitoring such as temperature checks.
We invite you to attend our annual CRITICAL ISSUES america (CIA) meeting. The meeting will help participants to identify & manage complications associated with endovascular and open repair of complex aortic disease including: arch descending thoracic, TAAA, pararenal & juxtarenal aneurysms, aortoiliac aneurysms and other miscellaneous pathologies affecting the aorta.
The Biltmore Hotel February 5-6, 2021
CIA will recognize potential treatment failure and the role of advance imaging techniques in the evaluation, treatment, and management of aortic disease.
The target audience includes physicians who specialize in vascular surgery, cardiology, interventional radiology, vascular medicine, cardiothoracic surgery, as well as fellows, and allied health professionals.