Ultrasound Symposium: Coupling the Hemodynamics with Disease - Ultrasound Evaluation of CVI (CONG2016-11)

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Is 0.5 Seconds the Definitive Value for Pathologic Reflux (Part II): Using Truncal Reflux as a Surrogate for Venous System Dysfunction

Nick Morrison, MD, FACPh, FACP, RPhS

Patterns of Truncal Reflux: Axial vs. Segmental, Can Reflux Be Mild, Moderate or Severe?

Fedor Lurie, MD, PhD, RPVI, RVT

Deep Venous Reflux - US Diagnosis: Does Its Presence Change the Clinical Course?

William Marston, MD

All About Perforators!

Steve Elias, MD, FACPh, FACS

Case Study - Complex Cases with Multiple Etiologies

Joann Lohr, MD

Point Counterpoint - Standing vs. Reverse Trendelenburg Position (Standing)

Sara Skjonsberg, RPhS, RVT

Point Counterpoint - Standing vs. Reverse Trendelenburg Position (Reverse Trendelenburg)

Steven Knight, RVT, BSc, RDCS, RDMS

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Target Audience

The primary target audience includes physicians, physician assistants and advanced registered nurse practitioners, ultrasound technologists, nurses, allied health and all other healthcare professionals currently or planning to care for patients with venous disease. Specialists focusing on phlebology, cardiology, general surgery, vascular surgery, interventional radiology, interventional cardiology, dermatology, dermatologic surgery, internal medicine, family practice, plastic surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, vascular medicine, and emergency medicine are invited to enhance their knowledge and skills specific to the treatment of venous and lymphatic disease.

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NameRoleCommercial InterestType of Relationship
Catherine Burdge, APRNContent ReviewerNonen/a
Emily Cummings, MDContent ReviewerNonen/a
Michael Di Iorio, MD, RPhS, RPVIContent ReviewerNonen/a
Steve Elias, MD, FACPh, FACPSpeaker

1. Vascular Insights LLC

2. Medtronic Inc.

3. LeMaitre Inc.

1. Scientific Advisory Board

2. Consultant

3. Consultant

Steven Knight, RVT, BSc, RDCS, RDMSSpeakerConsensus Medical Systems (software)Paid Consultant- Clinical Applications
Joann Lohr, MDSpeakerNonen/a
Fedor Lurie, MD, PhD, RPVI, RVTSpeakerNonen/a
William Marston, MDSpeaker

1. Veniti Inc

2. Cardinal Healthcare

3. Tactile Medical

4. Tissue Tech

1. Principle Investigator; Steering Committee

2. Advisory Board

3. Principle Investigator

4. Clinical Investigator

Nick Morrison, MD, FACS, FACPh, RPhSSpeaker

1. Medtronic

2. medi

1. Scientific Advisory Board; Research Grant; Speakers Bureau

2. Educational Grant; Speakers Bureau

Stephen H. MossStaffNonen/a
Bill Schroedter, RPhS, RVT, FSVUPlanner; ModeratorNonen/a
Sara Skjonsberg, RPhS, RVTSpeakerNonen/a



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