ExoVasc® reaches 750 patient milestone

Exstent Ltd is proud to announce that at the beginning of March, 750 patients have been successfully implanted with ExoVasc® – 650 Aortic PEARS patients and 100 Ross PEARS patients. Thank you to all those involved in the PEARS projects including all PEARS surgeons and their support teams, Exstent’s employees and distributors.

Conal Austin to present at SCTS Annual Meeting 2023

Conal Austin will be presenting on ‘The Ross Procedure: Technical Tips and Tricks’ at the SCTS Annual Meeting 2023 on 19 2023 at the ICC, Birmingham. The Annual Meeting is an annual Conference which takes place over 3 days aimed at the Cardiothoracic Surgery Community. There is an industry exhibition, key note talks from international speakers, hands on wetlab and abstract presentations.

You can find out more about the exhibition at scts.org/events/179/scts_annual_meeting_2023/.

Tal Golesworthy takes part in plenary debate at the Medtec Futures Conference

Tal Golesworthy was on the invited panel for the Plenary Debate entitled MedTech Innovation: Tomorrow’s Future Today at the Medtec Futures Conference delivered by Health Tech Enterprise at the Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridgeshire on 1 March 2023.

The event brought together leaders from the NHS, industry and academia to explore key needs in healthcare provision and the latest technology trends.

You can find out more about the conference at www.healthtechenterprise.co.uk/latest-updates/hte-medtech-future.

Ana Redondo and Darryl Shore present at BCCA 2022

Ana Redondo gave a presentation entitled ‘Our experience with Personalised External Aortic Root Support for dilation aortopathies’ and Darryl Shore presented on ‘When to pick PEARS: an update’ at the British  Congenital Cardiac Association Annual Conference in Birmingham on 7-8 November 2022.

More information can be found at bcca2022.co.uk.

Exstent to sponsor London Aorta 2022

Exstent Ltd is sponsoring London Aorta 2022, which runs 29 – 30 September 2022 at the Royal College of Physicians. The purpose of the event is to foster and encourage a multidisciplinary approach to aortic diseases which are often complex and require life-long surveillance.

For more information, visit www.londonaorta.org.

We hope to see you there.