The 42nd Annual Northwestern Vascular Symposium is a two and a half day course providing category 1 continuing medical education (CME) credits, maintenance of certification (MOC) credits, and a hardcover textbook authored by the participating faculty.
The program provides a comprehensive analysis of the current management of vascular disease as it relates to treatment of extracranial cerebrovascular and supra-aortic trunk disease, new approaches to lower extremity arterial and venous problems, recent cutting-edge developments in open and endovascular approaches to treat aortic and visceral arterial disease, as well as novel techniques for hemodialysis access, complex venous problems, upper extremity disorders presented by 50 national experts in 15-minute presentations.
Concluding each session, a 30-minute panel discussion occurs allowing the audience ample time to ask more in-depth questions of the experts.
Several short case presentations given by the Northwestern faculty during the continental breakfast on Friday and Saturday mornings also provides . educational value of this interactive experience and the audience is invited to participate along with our panelists.