Vascular and Endovascular Review Courses
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The primary goal of this program is to provide current treatment perspectives and management approaches on vascular disease, as well as expert background information, to SVM members and colleagues from related disciplines.
These courses will also prepare physicians for the American Board of Vascular Medicine certification examinations in general vascular medicine and endovascular interventions.
Vascular general medicine topics include:
- Vascular biology
- Epidemiology and natural history of peripheral vascular disease
- Vascular laboratory (arterial and venous testing)
- Medical treatment of peripheral arterial disease
- Leg ulcerations
- Carotid artery disease
- Renal and mesenteric disease
- Aortic aneurysms
- Aortic and carotid dissection
- and more
Endovascular medicine topics include:
- Patient selection
- Device selection
- Technical issues regarding the utilization of wires, balloons, stents, and catheters for the treatment of upper extremity and lower extremity occlusive disease
- and more
The courses are targeted for those who have clinical experience and formal training in vascular medicine, cardiology, radiology or surgery that includes the evaluation and management, both from the clinical and interventional perspective, of patients with peripheral vascular diseases. The goal is to allow these physicians to demonstrate expertise in the field.
The target audience includes those who seek certification in one or both areas or who are interested in a comprehensive review in the field of vascular and endovascular medicine.
The courses are also available to other medical professionals with an interest in vascular medicine or those who have a special interest in vascular disease or research therein. This may include graduate students, fellows, physician assistants, physician extenders, vascular nurses, nurse practitioners, vascular technologists, radiation technologists and other medical education specialists with an interest in vascular diseases.
Society for Vascular Medicine
111 Deer Lake Road, Suite 100
Deerfield, IL 60015 USA