Responsible Use of Compounded Sclerosant Agents
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This activity was supported by the ACP Foundation.
This activity was designed to meet the needs of physicians and other individuals responsible for procuring pharmaceuticals, prescribing medication, and anyone else involved in sclerotherapy in an office setting.
After completing this activity participants will be able to:
- Describe the differences between compounded and FDA-approved sclerosant agents.
- List situations in which the use of compounded sclerosant agents is appropriate.
- Describe situations in which the use of compounded sclerosant agents should not be used.
- Discuss the possible legal ramifications of the improper use of compounded sclerosant agents in both Medicare and non-Medicare patients.
|Name||Role||Commercial Interest||Type of Relationship|
|Nick Morrison, MD, FACS, FACPh, RPhS||Planner; Speaker|
1. Speakers Bureau
2. Educational Grant; Speakers Bureau
3. Scientific Advisory Board, Research Grant, Speakers Bureau
5. Speakers Bureau
|Stephen H. Moss||Staff||None||n/a|
|Robert Worthington-Kirsch, MD, FSIR, FCIRSE, FACPh, RVT, RPVI||Content Reviewer||None||n/a|
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Discussion of Off-Label Use
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