Interventional Techniques in an Office-Based Vascular Practice
In this fast-paced course, a small group of attendees will observe Dr. William Julien and Dr. Curtis Anderson performing minimally invasive endovascular procedures in an office-based interventional practice. Through didactic presentations and case observations, attendees will gain a greater understanding of clinical management of the endovascular patient. Cases featuring Cook Medical devices may include embolic therapies and PAD therapies.
Skill level required: Intermediate: Ideal attendees are fellowship-trained interventional radiologists who want to increase their proficiency and knowledge
of office-based proceduress.
Training mode: Lecture, case review, case observation
At the end of the course, attendees should understand:
- The advantages and disadvantages of different types of embolic agents and devices
- Treatment and problem-solving for a range of arterial and venous conditions that require embolization
- The importance of imaging, including ultrasound guidance for complex access approaches such as antegrade, popliteal, tibiopedal, SFA, and brachial
- Targeting and crossing techniques for CTOs above and below the knee
- Complete treatment techniques using Cook wire guides, catheters, introducer sheaths, angioplasty balloons, embolization coils, and stents
- William Julien, MD
- Curtis Anderson, MD
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