Sclerotherapy's Place at the Table [CME] (CONG2017-11C)
This activity includes the following:
Terri Harper, ARPN, NP-C and Catherine Burdge, APRN
Sclerotherapy: Treatment Process
Terri Harper, ARNP, NP-C
Anatomy of LSVS
Catherine Burdge, APRN
Sclerosants - Choices, Concentrations, Compounding
Margaret Mann, MD
To Foam or Not to Foam
Daniel Friedmann, MD, FAAD
Sclerotherapy: Avoiding Complications
Terri Harper, ARPN, NP-C
Compression: What's the Evidence
Terri Morrison, RN, BS, ED
Is There a Role for Lasers?
Margaret Mann, MD
Video Demonstrations: Two Perspectives on US Guided Foam Sclerotherapy and Visual Sclerotherapy
Terri Harper, ARNP, NP-C and Vineet Mishra, MD, FAAD, FACPh
Sclerotherapy: We Report, You Decide
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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.
As a result of this activity, the participant should be able to:
- distinguish indications and contraindications for various sclerosants.
- describe the various techniques for treating venous disease with sclerotherapy.
|Name||Role||Commercial Interest||Type of Relationship|
|Catherine Burdge, APRN||Planner; Moderator; Speaker||None||n/a|
|Daniel Friedmann, MD, FAAD||Speaker|
1. Merz Aesthetics, Inc.
2. Allergan North America, Inc.
1. Speaker; Consultant; Advisory Board; Honoraria & Travel
2. Consultant; Advisory Board; Honoraria & Travel
|Terri Harper, ARPN, NP-C||Planner; Moderator; Speaker|
1. Instructor (spouse)
2. Consultant (self & spouse)
|Margaret Mann, MD||Plannner; Moderator; Speaker||None||n/a|
|Vineet Mishra, MD, FAAD, FACPh||Speaker; Content Reviewer||None||n/a|
|Terri Morrison, RN, BS, ED||Speaker|
2. Medi USA
3. International Compression Club
1. Research Grant; FDA studies VenaSeal and follow up
2. Educational Grant
3. Advisory Panel
|Stephen H. Moss, BA, CHCP||Staff||None||n/a|
|Sherry Scovell, MD||Content Reviewer||None||n/a|
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