Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe

September 14-15 | Online

September 14-15 | Online

September 14-15 | Online

September 14-15 | Online

September 14-15 | Online



The Interdisciplinary Endovascular Aortic Symposium held its first meeting in 2015 in response to increased demand for data and discussion around the uptake in endovascular treatments for various aortic pathologies. Since its debut, this “congress within a congress” has offered a multidisciplinary forum for various stakeholders to explore and discuss the current status of various aortic interventions and to evaluate where the field is heading.

IDEAS 2020 sneak peek

IDEAS 2020 Chairs Prof. Mo Hamady and Prof. Eric Verhoeven discussed some of the highlights of this year’s meeting as well as what they are especially looking forward to. Don’t miss these two full days of interdisciplinary exchange!

CIRSE 2019 – Recent developments in EVAR

At CIRSE 2019, we spoke to three of the field’s leading experts to find out their perspectives on the latest developments and controversies surrounding EVAR and hear about their ideas for ensuring this procedure is a durable solution for treatment of AAA.

IDEAS 2017: Complex Aortic Stent Grafting

During IDEAS 2017, we spoke to interventional radiologists Goetz Richter and Mo Hamady and vascular surgeon Eric Verhoeven about the indications, complications and development of complex endograft repair.

IDEAS 2016: Consolidating a New Endovascular Aortic Symposium

We spoke to IRs and vascular surgeons at IDEAS 2016 to discuss the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to aortic repair and a meeting dedicated to the subject.

IDEAS 2015: EVAR for ruptured AAA?

During the IDEAS in 2015, various controversies were hotly debated by the mixed-specialty faculty, one of them being the use of endovascular repair for ruptured AAA.

Introducing IDEAS: The new endovascular aortic symposium

We spoke to key faculty members of the first IDEAS in 2015 to discuss why the time was right for the establishment of a truly interdisciplinary aortic meeting.