The Vein Forum is for clinicians in the fields of vascular surgery, interventional radiology, phlebology, interventional cardiology and hematology.
The Vein Forum 2014 - To be Announced.
To view the Vein Forum brochure from 2013, please click here. The Vein Forum brochure contains important information on:
CME credits and MOC Level 2 credits will be provided for this course. Space in this course is limited, so early registration is encouraged. Registration has not yet opened for the 2014 Vein Forum Course.
This activity is designed for clinicians to gain an understanding of the newer technologies of endovenous ablation, pharmacomechanical thrombectomy and tissue substitutes for venous ulcer care, as well as the proper ultrasound assessment of a patient with venous diseases. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should achieve improved competence, practice performance and patient outcomes by being more active in the prevention and treatment of DVT/PE. Participants should be able to utilize new technologies, such as endovenous therapies and foam to treat varicose veins and venous ulcers, feel comfortable using advanced wound care techniques like synthetic skin substitutes, and employ duplex
ultrasonography and intra-venous ultrasound in the treatment of CVI and PTS.
Exhibitor Prospectus for the Vein Forum is available here.
American Venous Forum, 555 E Wells St. Suite 1100, Milwaukee WI 53202 - or - FAX to 414-276-3349.