On-site training - Peripheral Arterial Physiological Testing

Peripheral Arterial Physiological Testing
Inside Ultrasound, Inc. can provide on-site training at the introductory level noninvasive peripheral arterial physiological testing. Class location and size can be customized to meet your needs

Course Description

This introductory level course provides a basic understanding of peripheral arterial physiological testing for both the technologist and physician.  The course includes: the basics of Doppler, anatomy & hemodynamics of the upper and lower arterial system, clinical aspects of disease and treatment, physical examination and patient history, peripheral arterial testing techniques of the lower and upper extremities including; Doppler, segmental pressures, waveform analysis, pulse volume recording, pedal digit pressure, hand digit pressure, thoracic outlet syndrome, palmar arch patency, cold immersion, examination protocols, diagnostic criteria, reporting and testing validation.
Normal course length is 2 days
Normal class size 1 to
4 participants
15 hours CME are available from the Society of Vascular Ultrasound

Course Materials
A master copy of the course material is included in the fees, or we will ship pre-assembled binders for a nominal cost per item. If you choose to receive the master copy of the course material, we ask that copies be made and put in binders, one per student

Continuing Education
Continuing education credits from the Society of Vascular Technology can be provided for all persons completing the course for a single fee.

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