|Diagnostic and Therapeutic
Approaches to Vascular Disease
Register for the D. Eugene Strandness, Jr. Symposium Today!
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This 4-day continuing education program continues
the tradition of Dr. D. Eugene Strandness started in 1987.
This popular biennial symposia is the legacy of Dr. Strandness'
commitment to education.
Organized and presented by a core faculty of
former Strandness fellows and technologists, it provides a
comprehensive review of current vascular laboratory technology
and applications, updates on treatment of arterial and venous
diseases and workshops focusing on techniques and interprofessional
This program will cover all the major testing
areas: cerebrovascular, venous, peripheral arterial, and visceral
vascular. The program will emphasize new applications, such
as follow-up of endovascular procedures. Important topics
in laboratory management will be discussed, including accreditation,
billing, and quality assurance.
The two-year cycle, initiated by Dr. Strandness,
insures the course has fresh material and important practice
updates. Plan on taking advantage of this outstanding every-other
year educational opportunity.
This symposium includes 4 days of morning plenary
sessions as well as 3 days of afternoon workshops that allow
smaller groups to explore selected topics in greater depth.
An interpretation review course will be offered on the afternoon
of the fourth day for physicians, songraphers, and other health-care
providers interested in a more in-depth discussion of vascular
laboratory interpretation and reporting.
All this takes place in a resort setting with
time left over to enjoy the beautiful island of Maui.
Jointly Sponsored by:
Office of Continuing Medical Education and
UC Davis Vascular Center and
D. Eugene Strandness, Jr. Symposium
Amazon.com. Get your copy of this completely revised and
updated 4th Edition of the textbook first written by D. Eugene
Strandness, Jr., who is widely regarded as the “father”
of the modern vascular laboratory. The coverage of basic arterial
and venous physiology and ultrasound physics has been updated.
Chapters on credentialing and accreditation and quality assurance
have been added. New chapters on follow-up of carotid stents,
follow-up of peripheral artery stents, and duplex assessment
of aortic endografts reflect the recent changes therapeutic
approaches to vascular disease and the expanding role of duplex
scanning in assessing the results of treatment.