Vascular Ultrasound Interpretation
Who Should Attend
This advanced course is designed for physicians and sonographers who have been practicing noninvasive vascular diagnosis. The course will assume that participants have an understanding of anatomy of the vascular system, principles of Doppler ultrasound and the basic principles of Doppler diagnosis.
The course will begin with hemodynamics, pathophysiology, and state-of-the-art Doppler instrumentation.
The majority of the course will focus on interpretation of vascular studies and case analysis of cerebrovascular, peripheral arterial, peripheral venous and abdominal Doppler studies. The course will also include some of the more unusual findings in vascular disease. Informal question and answer sessions will be incorporated throughout the program to facilitate a high level interactivity between participants and faculty. Course participants are invited to bring their interesting or challenging cases.
For those with minimal or no prior experience with vascular technology, we recommend the Vascular Ultrasound-Core Course.
October 29-30, 2015
Click here to register for the October 29-30, 2015 session
Laurence Needleman, MD
Upon completion of this two day course the participant should be able to:
- identify the key information required in a vascular study
- compose a report of a vascular study
- describe the components of a vascular report
- demonstrate improved case interpretation ability
This program is approved for 15 hours of AMA Category I credit.
Tuition Fee: $1,250
If you must cancel your registration, please notify us immediately. Your registration payment, less an administrative fee of $100, is refundable if written notification is received 10 business days prior to the course. After that time, refunds are not possible, but your payment - less the administrative fee - may be credited to a future course for use within one calendar year. We reserve the right to cancel this course at any time. We will contact you should cancellation be necessary. If you have any questions, please call the Ultrasound Education Office at (215) 955-8533.
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