Tumescent Free Ablation Methods: MOCA and Glue (PREC2017-20)
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Tumescent Free Ablation Methods: MOCA and Glue
Kathleen Gibson, MD
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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.
|Name||Role||Commercial Interest||Type of Relationship|
|Yung-Wei Chi, DO, FACPh, RPVI, RVT||Planner||VenoSense, Inc.||Board Member; Shareholder|
|Kathleen Gibson, MD||Speaker|
5. Bristol Myers Squibb
6. Vascular Solutions
1. Consultant; Research Support
3. Research Support
4. Research Support
5. Speaker's Bureau
|Stephen H. Moss, BA, CHCP||Staff||None||n/a|
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