Venous Ablation Training including Use of Vascular Ultrasound for Physicians & Ultrasound Technologists
This course provides a unique opportunity for vascular surgeons, interventional radiologists, interventional cardiologists, general surgeons, and surgical sub specialists, as well as ultrasound technologists, to learn or advance their training in venous ablation procedures. Participants will observe several live vein ablations performed by Dr. R. Anthony Carabasi III, one of the most respected surgeons in his field.
With more than 100 vascular and cardiac labs, NAVIX's faculty have developed deep domain expertise in designing non-invasive vascular diagnostic programs that deliver optimal results for your patients and bottomline. Through a series of didactic lectures, live observations and hands-on case studies, participants will learn how to successfully incorporate venous knowledge, skills and techniques into their overall practice. Course topics include:
- Venous Anatomy: Relevant Anatomy, Anatomic Variants and Terminology
- Venous Hemodynamics
- Venous Patient: Risk Factors, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
- Essential Elements of the Venous Ultrasound Exam Including Duplex Ultrasound
- Venous Ablation: VNUS® Closure Procedure (Radio Frequency Vein Ablation)
- Post Ablation: Proper Follow-up and Adjunctive Procedures
- Consultative Strategies for Medical Billing (optional)
Due to the intense learning and live cases, this course is limited to one physician and one technologist per class. For best results, the course is recommended as a two or three day program. Physician's course fees are $1000 per day and an additional $500 per day for the physician’s ultrasound technologist (optional).
NAVIX’s Vein Ablation Training is offered at the Advanced Vein & Vascular Center, a 3,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility, located on the Main Line in Wayne, PA. The vascular lab included in this center has achieved the highest standard of quality with its IAC accreditation and Dr. Carabasi has been awarded “Top Doc” by Philadelphia Magazine consistently since 1994. Below is an example of the patient cases for a week at the Advanced Vein & Vascular Center:
Review of procedure room set up and observation of venous ablations
Observing adjunctive procedures which will cover sclerotherapy and micro phlebectomies etc.
Venous anatomy, hemodynamics and the venous patient plus, venous ultrasound
After ablation: proper follow up
A discussion on 'building a venous practice' practical tips and guidelines
A mix of venous ablation and adjunctive procedures observations
For more information or to register, please contact Gillian Stott at 508-977-2807 or email email@example.com. Learn more about NAVIX's IAC vein center accreditation and vein center services.
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NAVIX, a market leader in turnkey diagnostic imaging services and vascular educational programs, partners with hospitals, access centers and physician practices to deliver high-quality, cost-effective testing services that achieve the best outcomes for patients. With nearly 20 years experience and more than 100 accredited heart and vascular diagnostic centers throughout the United States, NAVIX is dedicated to improving cardiovascular care through a collaborative partnership with their clients. NAVIX's team, many of whom are nationally recognized leaders in vascular ultrasound, ensures the highest quality in vascular testing and training for physicians and technologists. NAVIX's Vascular Ultrasound Preceptorship provides the most comprehensive training in the advancement of physicians' knowledge in the interpretation of vascular ultrasound and preparation for ARDMS' RPVI credential.
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