Seated in front of attendees is the course faculty – interventional radiologist, Derby Hospitals NHS Trust, Dr Peter Bungay; Toshiba CT clinical product specialist Neil Barker; consultant vascular surgeon, Royal Liverpool University Hospital Mr Rao Vallabhaneni; consultant vascular surgeon, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Mr Waquar Yusuf; consultant vascular surgeon, New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton, Mr Andrew Garnham; consultant vascular surgeon, Royal Liverpool Hospital, Mr John Brennan; and consultant vascular surgeon, Hull Royal Infirmary, Mr Ian Chetter.
The other two faculty members were, second row, third from left, consultant vascular surgeon, St Thomas’s Hospital, Miss Rachel Bell, and, third row, far right consultant radiologist, New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton, Dr Michael Collins.
The Royal College of Surgeons recently repeated its two-day intensive Endovascular Aneurysm Repair Planning Course.
This is the third year that Toshiba has supported this course which was attended by radiologists, surgeons and radiographers from throughout the UK.
Course content consisted of presentations together with hands-on training on the Vitrea 2 workstation. In addition, faculty members gave a series of lectures covering various aspects of EVAR planning and deployment.
The Vitrea workstation is designed to focus on providing users with a standard workflow that is quick and intuitive; following the operation of each window, the user moves from acquisition to reporting in a matter of minutes.
See this report on page 44 of the May issue of RAD Magazine.