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Vascular Technology Modules (all) Back to Products

Cerebrovascular: Mod 1: Review: Part 1
Beginning with anatomy and clinical symptoms, this module assesses vessel identification, flow patterns, and plaque morphology.

Cerebrovascular: Mod 2: Review: Part 2
This module covers protocols, scanning tips, pathology, diagnostic criteria and concludes with transcranial Doppler and correlation methods.

Arterial: Mod 1: Anatomy and History
Topics include UE and LE anatomy, risk factors, mechanisms and stages of disease, history taking, and physical examination.

Arterial: Mod 2: Physiologic Testing
This module covers hemodynamics, plethysmography, segmental pressures, and exercise testing with case examples.

Arterial: Mod 3: Duplex and Graft Imaging
Imaging techniques include B-mode, Doppler and Color Doppler in pre-intervention, surveillance, and post-endovascular assessment.

Arterial: Mod 4: Aortoiliac and Endografts
Learn the protocols and technique to evaluate pseudoaneurysms, aortoiliac duplex, endografts, endoleaks and other arterial disease.

Arterial: Mod 5: Renovascular
Topics covered include visceral anatomy, hemodynamics of renal artery disease, and techniques of renal artery and stent duplex.

Arterial: Mod 6: Mesenteric
Discussion includes anatomy, acute mesenteric disease, ischemic colon, celiac axis syndrome, and mesenteric venous occlusion.

Arterial: Mod 7: Hepatoportal
Beginning with a review of anatomy and pathophysiology of the liver, this module covers normal and abnormal vasculature and hemodynamics.

Venous: Mod 1: Venous Insufficiency
Covers the pathophysiology of venous reflux, best detection methods, and current venous diagnostic criteria.

Venous: Mod 2: Venous Thrombi, Part 1
Begins with the pathophysiology and mechanisms of venous and progresses to the characterization of acute and chronic thrombus.

Venous: Mod 3: Venous Thrombi, Part 2
Following patient history and venous disease presentation, diagnostic criteria for detection of DVT and venous reflux is presented.

VascPrinciples: Mod 1: Hemodynamics
Fluid hemodynamics and Doppler characteristics are simplified by demonstrating direct application in various clinical situations.

VascPrinciples: Mod 2: Statistics
Statistical parameters and how to validate against a gold standard test are covered as well as how to integrate into a quality assurance program.

VascPrinciples: Mod 3: Test-Taking Strategies
This popular module gives valuable skills to improve your test scores with questions offered to apply the concepts.