Overview of Venous Disease: CEAP Classification & VCSS (RPhS2018-04C)
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Overview of Venous Disease: CEAP Classification & VCSS
Linda Antonucci, RPhS, RVT, RDCS
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The ACP’s 2018 RPhS Review Course has been designed to meet the needs of sonographers, physicians, and other healthcare professionals who desire to improve their knowledge and competence related to venous ultrasound. Topics covered align with the Cardiovascular Credentialing International’s (CCI) Registered Phlebology Sonographer (RPhS) certification exam content outline. The course is appropriate for those preparing to sit for the RPhS exam as well as those interested in a comprehensive overview of the core curriculum of venous ultrasound.
As a result of participating in this activity individuals will be able to:
- compare venous disease classification tools such as CEAP and VCSS.
|NAME||ROLE||COMMERCIAL INTEREST||TYPE OF RELATIONSHIP|
|Linda Antonucci, RPhS, RVT, RDCS||Speaker||AngioDyanmics||Educational Lecturer|
|Stephen H. Moss, BA, CHCP||Staff||None||n/a|
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