The Collaborative Acute Aortic Syndrome Project (CAASP) is a multi-centre service evaluation project to understand current acute aortic syndrome (AAS) pathways. The main objective of this study is to outline the current national and international diagnostic and management pathways for AAS, and inform and facilitate improvements in clinical practice. The project is being jointly run with the Vascular & Endovascular Research Network (VERN) and the Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust (TADCT), and is supported by BSIR, BSET, VSGBI and the Circulation Foundation.
Current Status: Recruiting OPEN.
The main documents for this project can be viewed below. Please get in touch with the study management team (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any other questions.
CAASP aims to evaluate current acute aortic syndrome (AAS) pathways and consequent patient outcomes in a collaborative fashion.
The outcome and data will be used to inform and develop an improved national patient care pathway via The Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust.