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How to Diagnose a Femoral-Popliteal DVT

Learn the main direct ultrasound diagnostic criteria used to diagnose a femoral-popliteal DVT.
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Aim of the course
how to diagnose a femoral popliteal DVT short course is designed to provide the essential ultrasound criteria used to detect a deep vein thrombosis (DVT) of the femoral popliteal segment.

Course content
This course is made of 1 e-booklet supported by 1 hand-on commented video lecture. This course demonstrates the normal ultrasound findings of the lower limb venous flow and anatomy as well as the ultrasound appearance of a deep vein thrombosis of the femoral and popliteal veins.

At the end of this course the knowledge to detect and describe a DVT of the femoral and popliteal veins will be auquired.

Note: The free course doesn’t include the CME certificate

Do you want to gain an European Accredited Certificate?

With only £ 12,95 you will have access to the quizz and get CME credits

Course includes

  • 1 video
  • 1 e-booklet

Course length

  • Estimated 1 hour or more to cover videos, slides & quizzes
  • Self-paced learning
  • Access to this course is for 12 months from date of purchase

Access anywhere

  • Mobile friendly. Learn on-the-go
  • Access on PC, phone or tablet

Lessons in this course