Treatment and Therapy II [CME] (PRC2014-09)
This course includes the following:
Anesthesia Techniques, Sclerotherapy, Duplex-Guided Endovenous Chemical Ablation, Ambulatory Phlebectomy
Daniel Pablo Friedmann, MD
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The content of this activity is designed to meet the needs of the following target audience: physicians experienced in caring for patients with venous problems as well as physicians who are new to the field and want a detailed presentation of the core curriculum of phlebology. Topics covered during the course will be emphasized based on the anticipated importance of these topics on the Board Certification Exam to be administered by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. In addition to phlebologists, other specialists who treat venous disease will also benefit from the course, including vascular surgeons, general surgeons, family practitioners, interventional radiologists, obstetrician/gynecologists and specialists in internal medicine.
As a result of this activity, the participant should be able to:
- Incorporate ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy into clinical practice.
- Define the importance of local anesthesia in endovenous thermal ablation and ambulatory phlebectomy.
- Discuss ambulatory phlebectomy for the treatment of subcutaneous varicosities.
|NAME||ROLE||COMMERCIAL INTEREST||TYPE OF RELATIONSHIP|
|Dana DePonzi-Haas, CMP||Staff||None||n/a|
|Daniel Pablo Friedmann, MD||Speaker||None||n/a|
|Mark Isaacs, MD, FACS, FACPh, RPhS||Scientific Committee/Planner||Covidien||Consultant|
|Sanjoy Kundu, MD, FSIR, FASA, DABR, FCIRSE||Content Reviewer||None||n/a|
|Robert D. Stoffey, DO||Content Reviewer||None||n/a|
|Deepak Sudheendra, MD||Content Reviewer||None||n/a|
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Review & Recertification
This course was reviewed and recertified for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM in March 2015 and February 2017.
- 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 1.00 Attendance