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Vascular Series Utilizing Non-Invasive Diagnostic Techniques in the Modality Ultrasound 2015, 8 CMEs


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 A focus on performing vascular examinations with ultrasonograpy. 

1. “Common Carotid Arteries Duplex w/ Color Flow Doppler Examination” Part 1 of 4, 2 CME    

2.  “Upper & Lower Venous Duplex w/ Color Flow Doppler Examination” Part 2 of 4, 2 CME

3.  “Upper & Lower Arterial Segmental Pressures & Segmental Pulse Volume Recordings Examination” Part 3 of 4, 2 CME

4.  “Upper & Lower Arterial Duplex w/ Color Flow Doppler Examination” Part 4 of 4, 2 CME

CMEs approved by SDMS & BONENT

          Place: Vascular and Spine Institute (VSI), 7887 N. Kendall Drive, Miami, FL 33156

          When: Every 1st, 2nd, and 4th Thursday of each month beginning February 12, 2015.

          Time: 4:00 PM - 8: 00 PM, respectfully.

Educational Information

Learning Objectives

1.0 Describe the appropriate symptoms for carotid duplex w/ color flow Doppler (CDCFD)

1.1 Identify anatomy of the extra-cranial system

1.2 Describe patient preparation for CDCFD

1.3 Describe methodology when performing CDCFD

1.4 Evaluate and or participate in a live CDCFD demonstration

2.0 Describe the appropriate symptoms for Upper Venous duplex w/ color flow Doppler (UVCFD)

2.0.1 Identify anatomy of the UVCFD

2.0.2 Describe patient preparation for UVCFD

2.0.3 Describe methodology when performing UVCFD

2.0.4 Evaluate and or participate in a live UVCFD

2.1 Describe the appropriate symptoms for Lower Venous duplex w/ color flow Doppler (LVCFD)

2.1.1 Identify Anatomy of the LVCFD

2.1.2 Describe patient preparation for LVCFD

2.1.3 Describe methodology when performing LVCFD

2.1.4 Evaluate and or participate in a live UVCFD

3.0 Describe the appropriate symptoms for physiologic studies of the upper extremities (PSUE)

3.0.1 Identify anatomy when performing PSUE

3.0.2 Describe patient preparation for PSUE

3.0.3 Describe methodology when performing PSUE

3.0.4 Evaluate and or participate in a live PSUE

3.1 Describe the appropriate symptoms for physiologic studies of the lower extremities (PSLE)

3.1.1 Identify anatomy when performing PSLE

3.1.2 Describe patient preparation for PSLE

3.1.3 Describe methodology when performing PSLE

3.1.4 Evaluate and or participate in a live PSLE

4.0 Describe the appropriate indications for Upper extremity duplex w/ color flow Doppler (UDCFD)

4.0.1 Identify anatomy when performing UDCFD

4.0.2 Describe patient preparation for UDCFD

4.0.3 Describe methodology when performing UDCFD

4.0.4 Evaluate and or participate in a live UDCFD

4.1 Describe the appropriate indications for lower extremity duplex w/ color flow Doppler (LDCFD)

4.1.1 Identify anatomy when performing LDCFD

4.1.2 Describe patient preparation for LDCFD

4.1.3 Describe methodology when performing LDCFD

4.1.4 Evaluate and or participate in a live LDCFD

Target Audience

Professionals in the sonography field & professionals in the hemodialysis field

Overview

Professionals rendering services to patients who have common carotid disease or peripheral vascular disease will benefit from this course. When a health care professional has knowledge when to render the diagnostic exams through signs and symptoms and understand the methodology when performing examinations will benefit from this conference.

Recommended Reading

ACR. (2015). IAC | Improving Health Care Through Accreditation®. Retrieved

            from http://www.intersocietal.org

Daigle, R. J., & Daigle, R. J. (2002). Techniques in noninvasive vascular diagnosis: An

            encyclopedia of vascular testing. Littleton, CO: Summer Pub.

IAC | Improving Health Care Through Accreditation®. (2015). Retrieved

            from http://www.intersocietal.org

Kremkau, F. W. (1990). Doppler ultrasound: Principles and instruments. Philadelphia: W.B.

            Saunders.

Tortora, G. J., & Grabowski, S. R. (2001). Introduction to the human body: The essentials of

             anatomy and physiology. New York: Wiley.

Disclaimer

The information provided at this CME activity is for continuing education purposes and to provide information about noninvasive diagnostic vascular testing in the modality ultrasound. 

Faculty Disclosure

Faculty will disclose any financial interest or other relationship with the manufacturer(s), products, and services provided during this activity.

Oscar Sosa, M.D.

Osmany De Angelo, DO

Albert Gonzalez, M.D. 

Peter Clayton, Administrator Director

Clay Farmer MBA, RDCS (AE), RVT

Sandra P. Farmer, MPH, PA-C

Vascular Series Utilizing Non-Invasive Techniques in the Modality Ultrasound w/ Scanning Opportunity 2015, 8 Plus CMEs

This lecturer will actively identify, describe, & evaluate common carotids, upper and venous & arterial systems using non-invasive techniques in the modality ultrasound.  Describe appropriate indications, identify anatomy, describe patient preparation, describe methodology, & evaluate a live scan from a volunteer are some highlights for this CME conference. Participants will have, at minimum, a basic understanding how to perform peripheral vascular exams. Faculty is in the sonography business and do perform diagnostic imaging. 

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