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Resource Libraries

Peruse our Professional Resource Library for our Online CME Courses.

Here you will find a wide variety of publications and links to professional organizations. Of special interest, we offer numerous ultrasound worksheets designed to facilitate the organzation of the sonographic data and its presentation to the interpreting phlebologist. Feel free to use in your practice and let us know what you think.

These resources are tagged based on content allowing you to search for specific topics by using the category. Additionally, many of the documents are referred to in Virtual Vein Center online CME courses. CME Courses  You can also search based on specific course selections. 

Use of Color Flow Doppler for the Determination of Ankle Brachial Index

White-Melendez JM, Schroedter WB. The Journal of Vascular Technology, 26(1) : 39-40, 2002. 

Abdominal Venous Duplex Worksheet

A worksheet for duplex evaluation of the inferior vena cava and iliac veins.

Lower Extremity Venous Worksheet

A worksheet for lower extremity venous insufficiency duplex exam

A worksheet for lower extremity venous insufficiency duplex exam that we use. This has been substantially modified over the years and contains nearly all the pertient data that can be assimilated into the report.  

Nomenclature of the Veins of the Lower Limbs: An International Interdisciplinary Consensus Statement

Nomenclature of the Veins of the Lower Limbs: An International Interdisciplinary Consensus Statement 

This is the original International Union of Phlebology consensus document first published in the Journal of Vascular Surgery in 2002.  This is mandatory reading.   

Nomenclature of the Veins of the Lower Limb: Extensions, Refinements, and Clinical Application, JVS 2005

Nomenclature of the veins of the lower limb

Nomenclature of the veins of the lower limb: extensions, refinements and clinical applications. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2005.

This is a refinement of the original UIP consensus document from 2002 and should be considered a must-read. 

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