SVU 43rd Annual Conference 2021

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– Format: 84 Video Files (mp4 format) + 1 PDF File.
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The ALL NEW Vascular Imaging Educators Workshop (VIEWfeatures twenty hours of exceptional content dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of vascular disease.  Provided by the Society for Vascular Ultrasound through its 43rd Annual Conference, this activity delivers a complete educational experience for all vascular laboratory professionals.  Worth 20 AMA PRA Category I Credits™, VIEW MEETS VASCULAR LAB CME REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCREDITATION.

Topics: Real time B-mode imaging, color and spectral Doppler, non-invasive techniques, reflux, lower extremity venous evaluation, pelvic venous disorders, duplex ultrasound protocols, cerebrovascular, COVID-19, peripheral arterial occlusive disease, wounds, advanced arterial evaluation, CLTI, abdominal imaging evaluation, hemodialysis access, flow dynamics and waveform analysis, inclusion, practice enhancement and ergonomics.

Online streaming format available now, and DVD-ROMs will ship at the end of February.

Release date: February 15, 2021
Expiration date: February 14, 2024

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Global Education Group (Global) and Meetings by Mail. Global is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Global Education Group designates this enduring material for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

All credits for this enduring material are applicable toward CME requirements for Vascular Laboratory accreditation, and include one hour of content regarding work related musculoskeletal disorders.  Continuing Medical Education credit hours are available on an hour-for-hour basis and may be used to fulfill the continuing medical education requirements necessary to retain certification with the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) and Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI), or for accreditation with the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC)

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Session 1: Keynote Address
Staying Together… Apart: Touching, Compassionate, Person-Centered Care In A Remote, No Touch, Impersonal World Steve Talbot, RVT FSVU
Session 2: Lower Extremity Evaluation
Importance of and How to Perform the History and Physical Examination in the Patient With Varicose Veins John Carson, MD RPVI FACS
Optimizing the Patient and the Equipment to Maximize the Experience for the Sonographer Rick Dubin, AS RVT RDMS
Reflux Evaluation of Lower Extremity Veins Donna Kelly, RVT RPhS RDMS
Interesting and Unusual Lower Extremity Venous Case Review Sara Skjonsberg, RVT RPhS
Panel Discussion
Session 3: Joint AVLS/SVU Session
Clinical Examination For the Venous Sonographer Donna Kelly, RVT RPhS RDMS
Lymphedema, Lipedema, What is the Cause of This Swollen Limb? Jessy Farris, MHS RVT RPhS
Non-Saphenous Sources of Reflux Marresa Houle, BS RVT RPhS RDMS
Complicated Lower Extremity Venous Case Review Sara Skjonsberg, RVT RPhS
Pelvic/Abdominal Venous Case Study Mariah Elliott, BS RVT RPhS
Panel Discussion
Session 4: Pelvic Venous Disorders
How and When I Use Duplex Ultrasound: Clinical Signs and Symptoms and Diagnostic Findings That Should Prompt An Evaluation For Pelvic Venous Disorders Mark Meissner, MD
Venous Duplex Ultrasound Protocols, Techniques and Tips for Evaluation for Pelvic Venous Disorders Part 1 Sara Skjonsberg, RVT RPhS
Venous Duplex Ultrasound Protocols, Techniques and Tips for Evaluation for Pelvic Venous Disorders Part 2 Mariah Elliott, BS RVT RPhS
Interesting and Unusual Venous Case Review for Pelvic Venous Disorders Nicos Labropoulos, PhD MS BS RVT
Panel Discussion
Session 5: Clash of the Titans Debates
Reflux Testing Should Be Performed In The Standing Position Only Unless There is Some Strong Reason Not to Nicos Labropoulos, PhD MS BS RVT
This is Overkill, Reversed Trendelenburg is Enough For Most Patients Brian Sapp, RVT, RPhS
Reflux Testing Rebuttal and Discussion
Post Ablation Evaluation Is A Must Have In Every Patient John Carson, MD RPVI FACS
Rubbish, The Complications Are Low And The Cost Is High: Selective Evaluation is Better Nicos Labropoulos, PhD MS BS RVT
Post Ablation Evaluation Rebuttal and Discussion
Combined Panel Discussion
Session 6: Cerebrovascular– Carotid Disease I
An Incomplete History of ICA Stenosis Criteria Laurence Needleman, MD
A Numerical Criterion Must Consider Measurement Error And Physiologic Variability Sergio X Salles Cunha, PhD RVT FSVU
The Clinical Spectrum Of Carotid Artery Disease: What The Vascular Sonographer Should Know: History, Indications, Symptoms and Risk Factors and Why It Matters Ann Marie Kupinski, PhD RVT FSVU
The Vertebral Artery Evaluation: More Than Just Flow Direction Leslie Scoutt, MD FACR FAIUM
Current Therapies For Carotid Artery Disease R. Eugene Zierler, MD RPVI
Session 7: Cerebrovascular– Carotid Disease II Case Based Learning
The Effects Of The Cardiac Dysfunction on the Carotid Evaluation Carol Miranda, RVT RDMS RDCS FSVU
Value Added Role of Transcranial Doppler in Patient with Carotid Artery Symptoms Leni Karr, BA RVT
Ultrasound Findings Post TCAR And Other Carotid Interventions Melissa Warren, RVT
Non-Atherosclerotic Carotid Pathology Sandra Yesenko, DHSc MHS RVT RDMS
Carotid Ultrasound: Deconstructing Diagnostic Dilemmas Leslie Scoutt, MD FACR FAIUM
Session 8: COVID Topics
The Seattle and UW Vascular Laboratory Experience During the COVID-19 Pandemic R. Eugene Zierler, MD RPVI
DVT Protocol Optimization to Minimize Healthcare Worker Exposure to COVID-19 Anahita Dua, MD MS MBA RPVI CWSP
Primary Language Associated With Intubation and Death in COVID-19 Patients Charles DeCarlo, MD
The Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Vascular Technologists and Vascular Lab Testing Anita Harrington, MS RDMS RVT FSVU
Antigens and Antibodies: COVID Testing Lessons Learned Ann Marie Kupinski, PhD RVT FSVU
Panel Discussion
Session 9: Arterial I – Lower Extremity Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease
History And Physical Assessment: A “Novel” Technique? Ann Marie Kupinski, PhD RVT FSVU
Ankle Brachial Index and Other Physiologic Testing Sergio X Salles Cunha, PhD RVT FSVU
Answering the Clinical Question Leslie Wormely, AS AA RVT
Clinical Decision Making Based On Result Of Non-Invasive Testing Riyad Karmy-Jones, MD
Post-Operative Surveillance: Who, How and When is Appropriate? R. Eugene Zierler, MD RPVI
Panel Discussion
Session 10: Arterial II – Wounds & Advanced Arterial Evaluation Related to CLTI
The ABCs of Wound Characterization and Why It’s Important John Carson, MD RPVI FACS
The Role of Physiologic Testing in the Setting of CLTI Peta Tehan, MD
Novel Uses Of Arterial Duplex Ultrasound in Patients With CLTI and How the Physician Utilizes the Ultrasound Results in Operative Planning Desarom Teso & Jill Sommerset
Arterial: The Human Angle Jill Sommerset, BS RVT
Real Time Imaging With the Experts: Pedal Arch and Plantar Acceleration Time Jill Sommerset, BS RVT
Panel Discussion
Session 11: Abdominal Imaging Optimization, Screening and Surveillance
AAA Screening: Who, Why and When Laurence Needleman, MD
Ultrasound Imaging Protocol For AAA Surveillance Melissa Warren, RVT
Case Based Learning: Complications and Interesting Ultrasound Findings Post EVAR Repair Joseph Polak, MD MPH
Renal Artery Imaging M. Robert DeJong, RVT RDCS RDMS FAIUM FSDMS
Abdominal Imaging -The Human Angle Sara Skjonsberg, RVT RPhS
Panel Discussion
Session 12: Hemodialysis Access: Pre-Op Planning to Post-Op Surveillance
Preoperative Mapping For Dialysis Access Patricia (Tish) Poe, BA RVT FSVU
How I Use Ultrasound Findings To Determine My Operative Plan Beejay Feliciano, MD RPVI
When Access Compromise is Suspected – From the Dialysis Unit to the Vascular Lab: What Elevated Venous Pressures, Recirculation Times, Difficult Access Portends for the Vascular Sonographer Patricia (Tish) Poe, BA RVT FSVU
Hemodialysis Access Interventions Desarom Teso, MD RPVI FACS
Post-Operative Surveillance Duplex Ultrasound Protocols Christina Fields, BS RVT RDMS RDCS FASE
Real Time Imaging With the Experts- Dialysis Access Surveillance Christina Fields, BS RVT RDMS RDCS FASE
Panel Discussion
Session 13: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Addressing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion David L. Dawson, MD RVT RPVI
A Personal Experience and Reflection George Berdejo, BA RVT FSVU
Panel Discussion
Session 14: Issues Related To Flow, Flow Dynamics, And Flow Waveform Analysis
Waveform Analysis Taskforce Update Esther S. H. Kim, MD RPVI
Dissecting The Arterial Waveform (Reversed Flow Component, Resistance, Upstroke) Laurence Needleman, MD
Indirect Waveform Analysis: When NOT Seeing is Believing! Sandra Yesenko, DHSc MHS RVT RDMS
Unusual Carotid Waveform Analysis Sandra Yesenko, DHSc MHS RVT RDMS
Hemodialysis Access Flow Waveform Changes In Normal and Abnormal Conditions Matthew Allen, MHA RVS
Audible Waveform Analysis Natalia Fendrikova Mahlay, MD
Human Angle: Chronic Limb Threatening Ischemia Leni Karr, BA RVT
Panel Discussion
Session 15: Practice Enhancement- Creativity Is the New Productivity
What Is Productive Capacity? How To Manage It and Why It Matters Mason Ashcraft, AS RVT RDMS RDCS
Importance of the Physician-Sonographer Relationship Dejah R. Judelson, MD RPVI
On Call in the Vascular Lab: A Necessary Evil or a Poor Use of Limited Resources Laurence Needleman, MD
Artificial Intelligence in Vascular Sonography Stanley Ort, BS RVT RDCS
Panel Discussion
Session 16: Bonus Ergonomics Session
Industry Standards for the Prevention of Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders in Sonography Matthew P. Hernandez, BS DPT CSCS
Ultrasound Ergonomics: How to Save Your Neck and Back and Prolong Your Career Matthew P. Hernandez, BS DPT CSCS
Ergonomics Workshop Matthew P. Hernandez, BS DPT CSCS

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