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Iliacs Galore

SKU:
STANDARDCOURSE-121

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This presentation will begin with an anatomical review of the venous anatomy in the abdomen. We will discuss the limitations that occur during an abdominal venous duplex exam and how to work around them. You will learn how to perform a duplex of the inferior vena cava and iliacs veins with a focus on take home tricks to use on your next abdominal venous exam!

Objectives

  • Understand the anatomy prior to performing an abdominal venous duplex examination
  • Explain the limitations in the pelvis and abdomen
  • Describe how to perform a venous duplex of the inferior vena cava and iliac veins
  • Identify take home tricks to use on your next patient

Total Estimated time for Course Completion: 60"    CME: 1.0 hours

This program is intended for physicians, vascular sonographers, nurses, and other allied health professionals.  There was no commercial support for this educational product and the author and planning committee have nothing to disclose pertinent to this presentation. After viewing this video presentation covering the topic, the participant will be directed to take a quiz testing the knowledge gained. Successful completion with a score of 70% or greater allows access to a course evaluation and finally claiming Continuing Medical Education credit for this activity. Physicians should only claim the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation however each activity must be completed to allow navigation to the next stage.

Original Date of Release: September 1, 2015        Reviewed: September 1, 2019     Termination Date for Completion of CME Credit: September 30, 2020

System Requirements: In order to view this program, you must have a recent internet browser and a video player capable of viewing industry standard MP-4 video. High speed internet connection is recommended. You will also need the ability to view and print PDF files in order to obtain your CME certificate.

$30.00
Rated: 
4.5

Ultrasound Physics Simplified

SKU:
STANDARDCOURSE-136

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In order to perform an adequate duplex ultrasound, a basic understanding of ultrasound physics is necessary. Memorization of mathematical formulas and equations is not really necessary. Understanding basic concepts allows for proper utilization of the technology and recognition of potential shortcomings, artifacts and other sources of error. This presentation provides fundamental overview of many of the most important physics concepts presented in a practical manner. The author has performed diagnostic ultrasound for more than 35 years and teaches extensively throughout the US and internationally. This presentation is distilled from this experience.

Course Objectives

  • Learn various properties of ultrasound waves
  • Know the types of attenuation
  • Understand the Doppler equation and how it impacts our studies
  • Recognize the importance of angle of incidence
  • Learn types of resolution
  • Understand what you are looking at in an ultrasound image
  • Use the technology to its fullest
  • Appreciate shortcomings in the technology
  • Recognize artifacts and avoid errors

Total Estimated time for Course Completion: 55"    CME: 1.0 hours

This program is intended for physicians, vascular sonographers, nurses, and other allied health professionals.  There was no commercial support for this educational product and the author and planning committee have nothing to disclose pertinent to this presentation. After viewing this video presentation covering the topic, the participant will be directed to take a quiz testing the knowledge gained. Successful completion with a score of 70% or greater allows access to a course evaluation and finally claiming Continuing Medical Education credit for this activity. Physicians should only claim the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation however each activity must be completed to allow navigation to the next stage.

Original Date of Release: September 1, 2015       Reviewed: August 1, 2019     Termination Date for Completion of CME Credit: September 30, 2020

System Requirements: In order to view this program, you must have a recent internet browser and a video player capable of viewing industry standard MP-4 video. High speed internet connection is recommended. You will also need the ability to view and print PDF files in order to obtain your CME certificate.

$20.00
Rated: 
4.25
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Pumps of the Leg

SKU:
STANDARDCOURSE-134

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An often under recognized cause of the symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency is the dysfunction of the various muscle pumps of the leg. Most phlebologists know about the calf muscle pump, but there are other important pumps of the leg that all contribute to venous outflow and ultimately lower extremity venous system function. The importance of assessing these pumps cannot be overstating as treatment of venous reflux is unlikely to help a patient with inadequate leg pumps. The function of these pumps and how each contributes to venous system function is described. This overview is provided by Dr. John Mauriello, past president of the American College of Phlebology, who has nearly 3 decades of exclusive phlebology practice.

Course Objectives

  • Review the muscle pumps of the leg
  • Learn the venous drainage routes of the foot
  • Learn the components that contribute to the calf muscle pump
  • Recognize the patient with muscle pump failure

Total Estimated Time Required for Completion: 30"     CME: 0.5 hours

This program is intended for physicians, sonographers, or other allied health professionals. There was no commercial support for this educational product and the author and planning committee have nothing to disclose pertinent to this presentation.

Original Date of Release: August 1, 2015     Reviewed: September 1, 2019     Termination Date for Completion of CME Credit: September 30, 2020



System Requirements: In order to view this program, you must have a recent internet browser and a video player capable of viewing industry standard MP-4 video. High speed internet connection is recommended. You will also need the ability to view and print PDF files in order to obtain your CME certificate.

 

$15.00
Rated: 
4.875

Basic Function and Hemodynamics of the Lower Extremity Venous System

SKU:
STANDARDCOURSE-120

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In order to perform an adequate duplex ultrasound evaluation for venous insufficiency, an understanding of venous hemodynamics is critical. This presentation provides solid overview of venous hemodynamics from the perspective of duplex evaluation. Anatomy forms the basis of hemodynamic function, particularly with regards to the various tissue and muscular compartments and this topic is reviewed. Hemodynamic principles such as flow and pressure relationships are covered in some detail including dynamic and hydrostatic pressure. Venous valves, various muscular pumps, and anatomic relationships and how these factors work together to overcome gravity as also discussed. 

Objectives

  • Review lower extremity venous anatomy, especially with regards to tissue and muscle compartment
  • Learn basic principles regarding to pressure and flow relationships
  • Understand how gravity affects venous return
  • Distinguish the difference between dynamic and hydrostatic pressure and their relationships
  • Learn venous valve function
  • Appreciate the role of the muscular pumps in lower extremity venous return
  • Review the physiologic impact of system dysfunction

Estimated Time for Course Completion: 75"   CME: 1.25 hours

This program is intended for physicians, sonographers, or other allied health professionals. There was no commercial support for this educational product and the author and planning committee have nothing to disclose pertinent to this presentation. After viewing this video presentation covering this topic, the participant will be directed to take a quiz testing the knowledge gained. Successful completion with a score of 70% or greater allows access to a course evaluation and finally claiming Continuing Medical Education credit for this activity. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation however each activity must be completed to allow navigation to the next stage.

Original Date of Release: August 1, 2015   Reviewed: September 1, 2019     Termination Date for Completion of CME Credit: September 30, 2020

System Requirements: In order to view this program, you must have a recent internet browser and a video player capable of viewing industry standard MP-4 video. High speed internet connection is recommended. You will also need the ability to view and print PDF files in order to obtain your CME certificate.

 

$25.00
Rated: 
4.25

Lower Extremity Venous Pulsatility - What Does It Really Mean?

SKU:
STANDARDCOURSE-108

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A pulsatile spectral waveform in the lower extremity is a common finding. This is commonly attributed to various forms of cardiac dysfunction ranging from congestive heart failure, tricuspid regurgitation, to fluid overload. However, most researchers who have looked at this phenomena have not been able to definitively answer this question. This presentation explores the reason it is seen in the extremities from a hemodynamic perspective. Pulsatile flow can be seen in completely normal individuals and a blanket statement that it is indicative of cardiac dysfunction should probably be abandoned.  Running Time: 42"  

Course Objectives

  • Review venous hemodynamics
  • Explore the etiology of pulsatile flow patterns in the venous system
  • Challenge overly simplistic explanation(s)
  • Create a new thought paradigm

Estimated time for Course Completion: 45"   CME: 0.75 hours

This program is intended for physicians, sonographers, or other allied health professionals. There was no commercial support for this educational product and the author and planning committee have nothing to disclose pertinent to this presentation. After viewing this video presentation covering this topic, the participant will be directed to take a quiz testing the knowledge gained. Successful completion with a score of 70% or greater allows access to a course evaluation and finally claiming Continuing Medical Education credit for this activity. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation however each activity must be completed to allow navigation to the next stage.

Original Date of Release: August 1, 2015       Reviewed: August 9, 2019     Termination Date for Completion of CME Credit: September 30, 2020

System Requirements: In order to view this program, you must have a recent internet browser and a video player capable of viewing industry standard MP-4 video. High speed internet connection is recommended. You will also need the ability to view and print PDF files in order to obtain your CME certificate.

 

$20.00
Rated: 
4.5
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