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Interpretation & Reporting of Vascular Ultrasound 2015

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Interpretation & Reporting of  Vascular Ultrasound 2015

Time: December 18, 2015 at 9am to December 20, 2015 at 12pm
Location: The Hilton Homewood Suites Hotel in Las Colinas
Street: 4300 Wingren Road
City/Town: Irving (Dallas), Texas
Website or Map: http://kmaultrasound.com/lodg…
Phone: (800) 845-3484, (972) 353-3200
Event Type: vascular_interpretation, vascular_credentialing, vascular_ultrasound, vascular_technology, rpvi
Organized By: Keith Mauney & Associates Ultrasound Training Institutes
Latest Activity: Feb 6, 2015

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Event Description

Your Individualized Classroom Tutorial in Vascular Ultrasound Interpretation

This classroom is small enough to give you one-on-one discussion about every element of the process.  With a teaching process unlike traditional methods you'll gain all the requisite protocols, criteria, mindset and verbiage to confidently and quickly report findings from any vascular ultrasound study.  Four decades of practice and teaching the subject lie behind the course and content is focused on your experience and specialty regardless of your background.  The principal vascular studies from head to toe are covered in detail and every point is archived in comprehensive print materials you'll take away with you.  Free post conference support extends in perpetuity.


Course content is targeted to meet and exceed guidelines from the Intersocietal Accrediatation Commission.  Our extremely small class size gives us the chance to modify its delivery to you, based on your specialty and level of experience.  

    • Graduate vascular surgeons can prepare quickly and fully for the RPVI exam as a prerequisite to sitting for their professional board certification. 
    • Cardiologists will master the unique hemodynamics, protocols and terminology to confidently and quickly read vascular ultrasound studies.  
    • Emergency and Critical Carep Physicians will gain the confidence to make point of care decisions in advance.   
    • Family Practice and Internal Medicine doctors will gain the same level of competence wtih vascular testing, its basis and meaning as their specialist counterparts.
    • Phlebology and Wound Care specialists will gain deeper insight into the value of noninvsive testing and the role it can play in the management of microcirculatory compromise.  

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