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British Society of Interventional Radiology (BSIR)
The BSIR Annual Scientific Meeting 2019 is a 3 day course aimed at anyone with an interest in Interventional Radiology. The meeting consists of a series of state of the art lectures, plenaries, industry symposiums, live cases, masterclasses, the Wattie-Fletcher lecture, practical hands-on workshops, scientific sessions, AGM's for BSIR and SIRNR, plus much more!
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Wessex Diagnostic: Venous Ultrasound Imaging (6 CPD Credits)
Canon Medical Systems are proud to be working with Wessex Diagnostic, to support their Venous Ultrasound Imaging Course on the 2nd November 2019.
About the course:
This is a one day course on ultrasound colour duplex imaging of the deep and superficial venous system. The course is a combination of lectures, demonstrations and workshop sessions with normal volunteers, and is designed to cover both the investigation protocols and diagnostic criteria of these techniques and their application to the surgical procedures of EVLT, RFA and sclerotherapy.
The emphasis will be on the practical hands-on scanning techniques using the current range of ultrasound systems and there will be opportunity to train on a limb phantom for ultrasound guided EVLT procedures.
- Basic principles of ultrasound imaging
- Haemodynamics and Doppler ultrasound techniques
- Lower limb deep venous system
- Lower limb superficial venous system
- Upper limb venous system
- Ultrasound imaging in surgical practice.
Wessex Diagnostic: Vascular Ultrasound Imaging Course (10 CPD Credits)
Canon Medical Systems are proud to be working with Wessex Diagnostic, to support their Vascular Ultrasound Imaging Course in October.
About the course:
This course covers the application of duplex, pulsed wave, colour and power Doppler techniques in the investigation of the following vasculature:
b) Extra and intra-cranial
Clinical lectures supported with practical hands-on workshops facilitated by professionally qualified demonstrators. Models and a range of ultrasound systems are provided in the workshops, with the opportunity to use a limb phantom for training in ultrasound monitoring of EVLA procedures.
Clinical lectures also include Ultrasound imaging in surgical procedures and an artefacts and errors guide. Specific clinical lectures include:
- Normal vasculature and variants
- Examination protocols
- Currently accepted diagnostic criteria
- Case histories
- Pitfalls in interpretation
This course provides 10 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists.