The Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society is pleased to announce the Advanced Venous Interventions Course for Vascular Surgeons to be held April 19-20, 2019 at Fairbanks Hall, Indiana School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN.
This course offers a hands-on approach designed for practicing vascular surgeons to fine tune their approach to venous disease. The course offers didactics coupled with small group workshops on both superficial and deep venous topics. This interactive course will teach a tailor-made approach to managing venous disease in terms of patient selection, approach, device selection, managing complications and radiation protection.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
• Apply a comprehensive open and endovascular approach to venous disease.
• Describe strategies for evaluating superficial and deep venous disease.
•Identify how to incorporate an algorithmic approach for managing venous disease.
•Identify an appropriate patient selection, device selection to match the venous pathology;
•Asses the cost associated with new technologies and how to provide cost-effective patient care.
ROSS MILNER, MD
Professor of Surgery, Section of Vascular Surgery and
Co-Director, Center for Aortic Diseases
Associate Program Director, Vascular Surgery Fellowship
The University of Chicago Medicine
PATRICK E. MUCK, MD RVT
Chief of Vascular Surgery
Program Director, Vascular Fellowship and
Good Samaritan Hospital
Michael R. Go, MD, Columbus, OH
Gregory C. Kasper MD, Toledo, OH
Judith C. Lin, MD, Detroit, MI
Robert B. McLafferty, MD, Portland, OR
David A. Rigberg, MD, Los Angeles, CA
Peter J. Rossi, MD, Milwaukee, WI
Contact the Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society