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BD India conducts roadshows on venous domain

Discussions were held on creating more awareness about venous diseases

BD (Becton, Dickinson, and Company) conducted roadshows across New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru recently. The three-day Venous Summit witnessed a series of Technology Innovation Forums followed by symposiums driven by Dr Houman Jalaie, Head of Venous Commission of the German Society of Vascular Surgery and Deputy Head of Department of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery, University Hospital Aachen, Germany and over 40 prominent faculty from Interventional Radiology, Vascular Surgery from ~12 cities across India. 

Attended by 200+ delegates with 13 case presenters who drove 8.5 hours of scientific discussions each day, the end objective of the Summit was to discuss best domestic and international practices to drive better patient care in the venous domain in India.

Atul Grover, MD, India, South Asia, BD, said, “Venous diseases are slow progressive diseases which exist very commonly but often go untreated owing to low levels of awareness and lack of diagnosis. Through our Venous Summit, in partnership with experts like Dr Houman Jalaie we are bringing the focus on venous ailments as well as providing a platform to healthcare experts from across the country to establish a uniform quality care protocol to enable better patient care. This initiative is aligned with BD’s purpose of advancing the world of health by delivering superior patient outcomes.” 

Dr Houman Jalaie shared his knowledge with healthcare professionals through a series of events which touched upon the following areas:

  • Uniform treatment algorithms in Post-Thrombotic Syndrome and NIVL management
  • Approaches to learn and adapt from current International and National best practices in Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Management
  • How novel technologies, like mechanical thrombectomy, can improve patient outcomes in complex venous diseases

Reflecting on his experience, Dr Jalaie said, “As a healthcare professional, there is nothing more important for me than the safety and well-being of my patients. I was delighted to interact with so many like-minded senior doctors from all over India to discuss the right strategies to enable better patient outcomes.”




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