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World Congress On Vascular Diseases, Medicine & Surgeons Summit, will be organized around the theme “Insights Research & Innovation on Vascular Medicine”

Vascular Medicine -2016 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Vascular Medicine -2016

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Vascular Biology and Physiology is the study of body’s vascular system-its evolution, its patterns of distribution, and its central function such as supply of nutrients and oxygenated blood to various parts of the body. Besides it also helps in understanding various physiological processes such as Tissue regeneration and reorganization, Developmental processes, Thermoregulation, Immune response, Wound healing, etc.

Vascular Pathophysiology is a modern integrative biomedical science founded on basic and clinical research that is concerned with the mechanisms responsible for the initiation, development, and treatment of pathological processes in humans and animals. The vascular system is the body's network of blood vessels. It includes the arteries, veins, Lymph nodes and capillaries that carry blood and various other essential substances to and from the heart. Problems of the vascular system are common and can be serious. Understanding the Vascular pathophysiology provides an insight in the treatment approach to various vascular disorders.


  • Track 1-1Endothelial and smooth muscle cell biology
  • Track 1-2Vascular development
  • Track 1-3Vascular remodeling
  • Track 1-4Vascular malformation
  • Track 1-5Neointimal Hyperplasia
  • Track 1-6Atherosclerosis

Any condition leading to deviate or cease from normal functioning of the blood vessels is called as vascular disease. Vascular disease includes condition that affects the circulatory system. Vascular disease ranges from diseases of the arteries, veins, and lymph vessels to blood disorders that affect circulation. Various factors contribute to different types of vascular diseases, factors such as family history, age, pregnancy, obesity, smoking, alcohol consumption and co-morbidities. There are various kinds of vascular diseases like Myocardial infarction, Atherosclerosis, Mitral prolapse, stenosis, regurgitation, Angina pectoris, Arrhythmia/dysrhythmia, Ischemia, cancers etc. With each disease with its Individual and Specific etiology and pathophysiology; diagnosis plays an important role in determining the therapeutic approach to each disease. Mostly Vascular disease/circulatory system diseases are treated with minimally invasive surgeries; however they can be treated with specific/ targeted therapeutic approach if they are detected in early stages. The early stage detection of circulatory system disorders helps in reducing the rate of morbidity and mortality due to vascular diseases.



  • Track 2-1Atherosclerotic Heart Disease
  • Track 2-2Peripheral Artery Disease
  • Track 2-3Aneurysm
  • Track 2-4Renal Artery Disease
  • Track 2-5Raynaud's Syndrome
  • Track 2-6Buerger's Disease
  • Track 2-7Peripheral Venous Disease
  • Track 2-8Coronary Artery Disease
  • Track 2-9Aortic Stenosis
  • Track 2-10Blood Clots in the Veins
  • Track 2-11Blood Clotting Disorders
  • Track 2-12Lymphedema
  • Track 2-13Kawasaki Disease
  • Track 2-14Coarctation of the Aorta
  • Track 2-15Hodgkin Disease
  • Track 2-16Castleman’s Disease
  • Track 2-17Vasculitis
  • Track 2-18Lymph Diseases
  • Track 2-19Microvascular Disease
  • Track 2-20Other Vascular Diseases

Trauma is generally defined as damage to a biological organism or organ caused by physical harm from external source. However, trauma can be of emotional and Psychological as a result of extraordinarily stressful events. Both the Physical and Psychological trauma can lead to the damage of blood vessels leading to vascular disorders. Detection of the cause of trauma plays a major role in opting the approaches for the treating the vascular disorders. 


  • Track 3-1Varicose Veins
  • Track 3-2Ischemia
  • Track 3-3Shock
  • Track 3-4Vascular Dementia
  • Track 3-5Other Physical Trauma
  • Track 3-6Psychological Trauma

Vascular disease is a leading cause of death and disability. However, it can be prevented by some early life style modifications. Proper diet, daily routine exercises, healthy habits contribute a lot towards the prevention of the vascular diseases. Patients should be encouraged to be engaged with the advised plan and strategies provided, which help them make lifestyle changes. More than 20% of Americans are hypertensive, and one-third of these Americans are not even aware they are hypertensive. Hypertension is a major risk factor for coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction ("heart attacks") and stroke. The rate of occurrence of events related to vascular disease can be reduced to a very great extent by opting life style changes.


  • Track 4-1Life Style Modifications
  • Track 4-2Food Habits
  • Track 4-3Psychological Therapy
  • Track 4-4Non Alcoholism and Smoking
  • Track 4-5Weight Reduction
  • Track 4-6Exercise and Yoga

The blood vessels are complex network extending almost each and every part of the body. The circulatory system is a complicated network expanding to each and every part of the body. There are various kinds of circulatory system disorders like Myocardial infarction, Atherosclerosis, Mitral prolapse, stenosis, regurgitation, Angina pectoris, Arrhythmia/dysrhythmia, Ischemia, etc. With each disease with its Individual and Specific etiology and pathophysiology, diagnosis plays an important role in determining the therapeutic approach to each disease. Mostly disease of circulatory system are treated with invasive or minimally invasive surgeries, however they can be treated with specific/ targeted therapeutic approach if they are detected in early stages and prevent the rate the morbidity and mortality due to circulatory diseases.


  • Track 5-1Basic Pharmacotherapy in Vascular Diseases
  • Track 5-2Therapeutic drug Monitoring in Vascular Pharmacotherapy
  • Track 5-3Individual Patient Drug regimen in Vascular Diseases
  • Track 5-4Advanced vascular Pharmacotherapy
  • Track 5-5Drug interactions in Vascular Pharmacotherapy
  • Track 5-6Adverse Events in Vascular Pharmacotherapy

Modern medicine is increasingly focused on integrating the results of basic scientific research and clinical research, translational medicine to provide improved patient care. This collaborative approach which is a two Way Street has proven very useful in various fields in cardio-vascular medicine. Translational Vascular Medicine: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, and Treatment provides extensive information on new and exciting advances in such topics as surgery and non-pharmacological treatments for atherosclerotic disease of the aorta, pulmonary arterial hypertension, cytoprotective mechanisms in the vasculature, and the Broken Heart Syndrome. Translational medicine underpins vascular medicine. It is fundamental to understanding how we treat patients with vascular disease and more importantly, how to prevent it. It is the rationale for drug design and production. Vascular medicine and translational medicine will take over and become the main reason for referring patients to hospital. Therefore, hospital-based clinicians working with basic scientists need to know about translational medicine, which educates and informs them about vascular medicine and how management should be based.


  • Track 6-1Clinical Monitoring
  • Track 6-2Adverse Drug Reaction
  • Track 6-3Case Studies
  • Track 6-4Vascular Genetics
  • Track 6-5Clinical Trial Management System
  • Track 6-6Ethics Committee
  • Track 6-7Experimental models of Vascular Diseases
  • Track 6-8Outcomes Research study for vascular diseases

Endovascular surgery is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that uses advanced technology and instrumentation to treat such disorders of the circulatory system as blockage or damage to blood vessels caused by the buildup of plaque in the arteries, a condition called atherosclerosis. The surgeon may recommend the placement of an endovascular stent, a small wire-mesh tube that surgeons call a scaffold, in an affected artery. The procedure may be done in conjunction with cleaning or repairing the artery. Endovascular therapy offers several distinct advantages over open surgical revascularization for selected lesions. Endovascular repair means fixing an injury to a blood vessel from inside that vessel. It is a better option for individuals who receive highly lethal injuries from falls or high-speed collisions or sport injuries and is shown to save more lives and nearly eliminate a complication of surgical repair for thoracic aortic aneurysms. The development of endovascular surgery has been accompanied by a gradual separation of vascular surgery from its origin in general surgery.


  • Track 7-1Radiofrequency ablation (RF/RFA)
  • Track 7-2Balloon angioplasty
  • Track 7-3Cholecystostomy
  • Track 7-4Drain insertions
  • Track 7-5Electrophysiology study of the heart
  • Track 7-6Endovascular aneurysm repair
  • Track 7-7Embolization therapy
  • Track 7-8Thrombolysis
  • Track 7-9Biopsy

Vascular imaging plays an increasingly important role in modern medicine. Vascular Imaging techniques have improved significantly with a wide range of invasive and non-invasive modalities which are available to the clinicians. In order to provide the best therapy during the time of vascular damage/disorder a detailed examination is necessary which in turn depends on the diagnostic testing and Vascular imaging techniques used. Therefore vascular imaging and diagnostic testing plays a major role in the treatment of vascular disorders. Various types of vascular imaging techniques include Ultrasound and Doppler, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Imaging, Intra Vascular Ultrasound, Power Doppler, Molecular Imaging, Duplex Ultra sound, Digital subtraction Angiography, Etc.


  • Track 8-1Venography
  • Track 8-2Angiography
  • Track 8-3Ultrasound
  • Track 8-4Doppler Ultrasound
  • Track 8-5CT Angiography
  • Track 8-6Catheter Angiography
  • Track 8-7Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Track 8-8Nuclear Imaging
  • Track 8-9Intra Vascular Ultrasound
  • Track 8-10Power Doppler
  • Track 8-11Molecular Imaging
  • Track 8-12Duplex Ultra sound
  • Track 8-13Digital subtraction Angiography

The approach for pediatric vascular disease varies to that of general approach. The challenges in pediatric population is due to characteristics of small, thin-walled vessels with poor tissue support and pronounced tendency for vasospasm in the setting of small intravascular volumes.  Decisions regarding operative management in the pediatric population must take into account vessel size and future growth potential, which may require future vascular revision. Special dosage adjustments and therapeutic drug monitoring is essential in during the pharmacotherapy of pediatric population in order to prevent long term complications. The optimal care of these patients frequently involves close collaboration between surgeons, interventional and conventional radiologists, medical subspecialists, and nurses.


  • Track 9-1Pediatric Vascular Diseases
  • Track 9-2Pediatric Pharmacotherapy
  • Track 9-3Pediatric Surgery Care
  • Track 9-4Pediatric Vascular Surgery
  • Track 9-5Kawasaki Disease
  • Track 9-6Other Congenital Vascular Disease

Vascular surgery is the division of medicine specializing in treating the blood vessels of the body, with the exception of the vessels of the heart. Vascular surgeons may work to restore blood flow to an area of the body after trauma, disease or any other issue damages blood vessels. In severe cases of vascular disease, surgery is the only option to prevent prolonged morbidity and mortality. 


  • Track 10-1Vascular Bypass
  • Track 10-2Embolectomy/Thrombectomy
  • Track 10-3Angioplasty with or without Stenting
  • Track 10-4 Atherectomy
  • Track 10-5Endarterectomy
  • Track 10-6Carotid Endarterectomy
  • Track 10-7Stenting
  • Track 10-8Carotid Stenting
  • Track 10-9Ambulatory Phlebectomy
  • Track 10-10Laser Surgery
  • Track 10-11Sclerotherapy
  • Track 10-12Vein Stripping
  • Track 10-13Anesthesiology

Various advancements and development are taking place in the field of vascular surgery as this specialty emerges to be an independent field. Coping up with latest trends and approaches in the field is essential and to provide a better patient care. Advances in Vascular Surgery bring the best current thinking from the preeminent practices in the field. A focus on the latest development and discoveries, new advancements in surgery, ways to solve difficult clinical problems and use of latest technologies applicable in the filed provides a better management in the vascular surgery care. 


  • Track 11-1Endothelial progenitor cell therapy
  • Track 11-2Trans-catheter Aortic Valve Implantation
  • Track 11-3Radiofrequency Ablation
  • Track 11-4Gene Therapy
  • Track 11-5Stem Cell Therapy
  • Track 11-6Mechanical Circulatory Support
  • Track 11-7Minimally Invasive Bypass Surgery
  • Track 11-8Vascular Transplant
  • Track 11-9Vascular Implant

Vascular bleeding disorders result from defects in blood vessels, typically causing petechiae, purpura, and bruising but, except for hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia, seldom leading to serious blood loss. Bleeding may result from deficiencies of vascular and perivascular collagen in Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and in other rare hereditary connective tissue disorders; eg, pseudoxanthoma elasticum, osteogenesis imperfecta, Marfan syndrome. Hemorrhage may be a prominent feature of scurvy or of Henoch-Schönlein purpura, a hypersensitivity vasculitis common during childhood. In vascular bleeding disorders, tests of hemostasis are usually normal. 


  • Track 12-1Marfan Syndrome
  • Track 12-2Autoerythrocyte Sensitization
  • Track 12-3Dysproteinemias Causing Vascular Purpura
  • Track 12-4Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia
  • Track 12-5Purpura Simplex
  • Track 12-6Senile Purpura
  • Track 12-7Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
  • Track 12-8Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum
  • Track 12-9Scurvy

Vascular Oncology is defined as cancer of the blood vessels. A vascular tissue neoplasm is a tumor arising from endothelial cells, the cells that line the wall of blood vessels and lymphatic vessels, as well as the heart. Vascular-Targeted Therapies in Oncology provides an interesting insight to the current status and future potential of vascular-disrupting approaches in cancer management. Emphasis is placed on target development, preclinical assessment, and the use of such targeted approaches in combination with conventional treatment regimens and the current clinical status of these therapies.


  • Track 13-1Tumor Ablation
  • Track 13-2Cryoablation
  • Track 13-3Molecular Mechanisms of Tumor
  • Track 13-4Angiogenesis
  • Track 13-5Lymphangiogenesis
  • Track 13-6Tumor Metastasis