Created in 1989 by interventionist Barry T. Katzen, MD, the founder and chief medical executive of Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute (MCVI), ISET is an educational meeting for physicians and allied health professionals who treat patients with peripheral, cardiac and neurovascular disease. The meeting draws attendees and leading experts from around the world, and provides information on the latest advances, techniques and technology.
The 29th annual ISET attracted more than 1,000 specialists of all disciplines and featured a bold and impactful scientific program that covered the complete landscape of endovascular therapy challenges ranging from the basic to the complex, including the very latest developments in:
Advances in treating critical limb ischemia (CLI)
Advanced Venous Intervention
Managing simple and complex aortic disease
Noninvasive Diagnosis Intervention
New horizons of endovascular therapy, including pulmonary artery interventions, carotid therapy, and more
Join us for five days and learn practical, evidence-based strategies you can implement at your office on Monday.