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Charlotte Thomas

The Whiteley Clinic Research Fellow – 2012/11


Charlotte Thomas The Whiteley Clinic Research FellowCharlotte is a third-year medical student at Southampton Medical school who returned to The Whiteley Clinic this year for a second summer research fellow post. Following on from her success last year (see below) Charlotte performed a retrospective audit on the changes of endovenous surgery at the Whiteley clinic from 2006 to 2011.

She made some very interesting observations related to the number of procedures required per patient, the number of devices required per leg and the number of sessions of treatment required for primary or recurrent varicose veins. Her research has been submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal and will be presented nationally.

International Presentations to learned Societies from The Whiteley Clinic Research Fellow post 2012

Prize session: 10th International Symposium on Endovascular Therapeutics – SITE 2013 – Barcelona, May 2013

The Evolution of Endovenous Treatment in a Single Unit between 2006 and 2011. Reducing the Number of Treatment Visits and Endovenous Devices required per Patient

Thomas C, Boland M, Whiteley M

Published Abstract from The Whiteley Clinic Summer Research Fellow post 2012

Thomas C, Boland M, Whiteley M The Evolution of Endovenous Treatment in a Single Unit between 2006 and 2011. Reducing the Number of Treatment Visits and Endovenous Devices required per Patient

Tecnicas endovasculares April 2013; Vol XVI (1): 305-6

International Poster Presentations from The Whiteley Clinic Research Fellow post 2012

10th International Symposium on Endovascular Therapeutics – SITE 2013 – Barcelona, May 2013

The Evolution of Endovenous Treatment in a Single Unit between 2006 and 2011. Reducing the Number of Treatment Visits and Endovenous Devices required per Patient

Thomas C, Boland M, Whiteley M

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Publications from The Whiteley Clinic Summer Research Fellow post 2011

Healing rates following venous surgery for chronic venous leg ulcers in an independent specialist vein unit.

Thomas CA, Holdstock JM, Harrison CC, Price BA, Whiteley MS Phlebology 2013; 28: p132-139

National Presentations from The Whiteley Clinic Summer Research Fellow post 2011

2011 National Medical Student Research Conference – October 2011

Healing rates following venous surgery for chronic venous leg ulcers in an independent specialist vein unit.

CA Thomas, GE Badham, JD Holdstock, CC Harrison, BA Price, MS Whiteley

Radiofrequency-induced Thermotherapy (RFiTT): Follow-up at One Year After Treatment of Truncal Veins

G.E. Badham, M. Benson, C.A. Thomas, T. Fernandes-Hart, B.A. Price, M.S. Whiteley

Venous Forum of The Royal Society of Medicine – London, April 2012

Radiofrequency-induced Thermo Therapy (RFiTT): Follow-up at 1 year after treatment of truncal veins

G Badham, M Benson, C Thomas, T Fernandez-Hart, BA Price, MS Whiteley

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