2004 – 2007

President:
Dr. Manel Matas Docampo
1st Vice President :
Dr. Eduardo Ros Díe
2nd Vice President :
Dr. Carlos Vaquero Puerta
Secretary:
Dr. Francisco Gomez Palonés
Treasurer:
Dr. Javier Serrano Hernando
Scientific Committee:
Dr. José Patricio Linares Palomino
Dr. Jordi Maeso Lebrun
Dr. Vicente Gutiérrez Alonso
Dr. Moncho Segura

2009 – 2013

President:
Dr. Eduardo Ros Die
1st Vice President :
Dr. Carlos Vaquero Puerta
2nd Vice President :
Dr. Jorge Maeso Lebrun
Secretary:
Dr. Vicente Gutierrez Alonso
Treasurer:
Dr. Mercedes Guerra Requena
Executive Members: 
Dr. Agustín Arroyo Bielsa
Dr. Anabel Barrios Castro
Dr. Carlos Esteban Gracia
Dr. Ángel Galindo García
Dr. José Patricio Linares Palomino
Dr. Rafael Fernández Samos Gutiérrez
Dr. Raúl García Casas
Scientific Committee:
Dra. Beatriz Alvarez García
Dr. Ignacio Lojo Rocamonde
Dr. Francisco Gómez Palonés
Dr. Luis Miguel Salmerón Febres

2013 – 2017

President:
Dr. Carlos Vaquero Puerta
1st Vice President :
Dra. Mercedes Guerra Requena
2nd Vice President :
Dr. Francisco Gómez Palomés
Secretary:
Dr. Enrique San Norberto García
Treasurer:
Jose P. Linares-Palomino
Executive Members: 
Dr. Ignacio Hernández-Lahoz
Dr. Angel Duato Jane
Dr. Rafael Fernández Samos
Dr. Luis Riera del Moral
Dr. Alejandro Rodríguez Morata
Dra. Teresa Solanich Valldaura
Dr. José Moreno Escobar
Comité científico:
Secretary:
Dr. Enrique San Norberto García
Scientific Committee:
Dr. Angel Galindo García
Dra. Estrella Blanco
Dr. Jordi Maeso Lebrun
Dr. Jorge B. Cuenca Manteca

2017 – 2021

President
Mercedes Guerra Requena
1st Vice President
Francisco Gómez Palonés
2nd Vice President
Manuel Alonso Pérez
Secretary
Jose P. Linares Palomino
Treasurer
Reyes Vega Manrique
Executive Members Committees, Private Assistance in Endovascular Surgery
Ignacio Lojo Rocamonde
Executive Members Committees, Endovascular Surgery at Islands
Enrique González Tabares
Executive Members Committees, Communication, Website and Social Networkings
Rodrigo Rial Horcajo
Executive Members Committees, Radiation Protection. Lourdes del Río-Solá
Lourdes del Río Solá
Executive Members Committees, Chair of Training
Elena González Cañas
Executive Members Committees, Investigation
Sergi Bellmunt Montoya
Executive Members Committees, Representative of Spanish Society of Angiology and Vascular Surgery
Elena Iborra Ortega

GREETINGS FROM THE FORMER PRESIDENTS OF THE CCEV

Mercedes Guerra-Requena

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After the four years of validity of the Board of Directors that I had the honor of presiding and the many other years forming part of the previous boards, today I have enough perspective to see the trajectory of the CCEV from its beginnings looking at the past, at its present and to the future and I am inclined to think that the CCEV is essential then and now………. and always will be.

It is the objective of our Chapter to respond to the current and future problems that vascular surgeons have to perform endovascular procedures and these problems continue to exist in many parts of our geography; perhaps because we have not been able to make much progress in solving them or perhaps because the continuous progress of endovascular surgery makes us continue in this permanent fight to integrate them into our specialty.

New Boards of Directors will arrive with new hopes and projects, but also with new challenges to face, because endovascular surgery is constantly innovating and therefore continually updating, and the CCEV must keep alive its founding objectives of consolidating endovascular techniques, such as inherent part of the specialty itself, by disseminating endovascular procedures in the medical press and before health institutions, providing knowledge in national and international congresses, promoting training in endovascular surgery and training networks between national and international specialty colleagues .

This Chapter has made me live our specialty intensely and feel the strength of deep ethical principles in defending the leadership of endovascular surgery within our specialty, Angiology and Vascular Surgery. I have always acted out of a deep belief that this leadership is in the best interest of our patients.

Although some say that “the war has already been won and those times are over”, the reality shows that this was not the case and the Chapter of Endovascular Surgery is the champion in this permanent search for excellence in endovascular techniques to offer the best quality. to our patients.

Mercedes Guerra Requena

Former president of the CCEV 2017-2021

Carlos Vaquero-Puerta

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ANALYZING THE PAST AND LOOKING TO THE FUTURE

More than sixteen years ago and with a clear need for it, the Vascular Surgery Chapter was created within the Spanish Society of Angiology and Vascular Surgery. The purpose was clear and none other than to promote in all aspects the performance of endovascular surgery by angiologists and vascular surgeons, many members of the group very focused on conventional vascular techniques, not having given at that time the attention these procedures deserved. of minimally invasive surgery and that due to innumerable circumstances were being carried out by other specialists. The Chapter has come a long way, guided by the members of four Boards of Directors, and at the present time we have another that should lead the group on a new path, clearly a continuation of the previous one. During this period there is no doubt that great progress has been made in ensuring that these procedures are being performed by all angiologists and vascular surgeons and in this, for my part, I consider that the Chapter has made at least a modest contribution. . Professionals have been made aware of the endovascular aspect, they have been given support, the performance of techniques has been encouraged, all kinds of information has been disseminated not only in audiovisual form, but also in writing with the publication of numerous books. However, the collective, and therefore the Chapter, cannot be euphoric. A lot of work has been done, but it has to be completed and it is very likely that it will always be unfinished. In this way, the Chapter continues to maintain the original objectives, on the one hand, but on the other new ones will be added according to the evolution that this type of techniques demand, adding new indications, new devices, for which the work of the The responsibility of directing the Chapter continues to be difficult, but it is carried out with clearly hopeful enthusiasm.

Carlos Cowboy Door

3rd President of the Endovascular Surgery Chapter

(2013-2017)

Eduardo Ros-Die

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A new stage of the Endovascular Surgery Chapter is beginning, as usually happens when the Board of Directors is changed. It is always an exciting starting point. It is the occasion for me to wish this new team the best wishes for success in their management in the hope that they achieve the most of their ambitious program. As is logical and consistent, I make myself unconditionally available to the Board for anything they deem may be useful. Remember that according to the Roman maxim: “Sic transit Gloria mundi”

Eduardo Ross Die

Former president of the CCEV

(2009-2013)

Manel Matas-Docampo