Short Course

HOW TO DIAGNOSE A FEMORAL-POPLITEAL DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS

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Learn the primary ultrasound criteria used to confirm a clinical suspect of DVT.

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Course contains ~25 e-booklet slides and 1 video lecture.

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Earn 1 CME credit & certificate of completion.

Short Course

HOW TO DIAGNOSE A FEMORAL-POPLITEAL DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS

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Learn the primary ultrasound criteria used to confirm a clinical suspect of DVT.

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Course contains ~25 e-booklet slides and 1 video lecture.

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Earn 1 CME credit & certificate of completion.

Course includes

  • 2 videos
  • 1 e-booklet
  • 1 quiz

Course length

  • Estimated 1 hour or more to cover videos, slides & quiz.
  • 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.

Course includes

  • 1 videos
  • 1 e-booklet
  • 1 quiz

Course length

  • Estimated 1 hour or more to cover video, slides & quiz.
  • 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.

Sample course material

e-booklet slides

video lecture

COURSE INFO:

What are Short Courses?

The short learning courses are made to answer a specific question related to a relevant topic in vascular ultrasound. A single short video lecture and a short e-booklet (< 50 slides), will provide a focussed session aimed to cover all the critical information on a specific topic.

What will I learn in this course?

In this course, you will learn the main ultrasound diagnostic criteria used to diagnose  a femoral-popliteal DVT. This is the most common venous segment in the lower limb veins affected by DVT.

How many CME credits will I earn from this course?

This course has been valued 1 CME credit. To obtain the CME credit you will need to pass the final quiz designed to test your knowledge in this field.

What is included in this course?

The course includes an e-booklet summarising the scanning technique and ultrasound diagnostic criteria used for diagnosing a femoral-popliteal DVT and a video lecture showing practical examples from real life cases. See course page here.

Key points:

  • Femoral-popliteal veins ultrasound anatomy
  • Compression ultrasound technique
  • Short summary of DVT scanning protocol
  • The direct ultrasound diagnostic criteria

Requirements

You should already be familiar with basic vascular ultrasound terminology and anatomy.

 

COURSE INFO:

What are Short Courses?

The short learning courses are made to answer a specific question related to a relevant topic in vascular ultrasound. A single short video lecture and a short e-booklet (< 50 slides), will provide a focussed session aimed to cover all the critical information on a specific topic. 

What will I learn in this course?

In this course, you will learn the main ultrasound diagnostic criteria used to diagnose a femoral-popliteal DVT. This is the most common venous segment in the lower limb veins affected by DVT.

How many CME credits will I earn from this course?

This course has been valued 1 CME credit. To obtain the CME credit you will need to pass the final quiz designed to test your knowledge in this field.

What is included in this course?

The course includes an e-booklet summarising the scanning technique and ultrasound diagnostic criteria used for diagnosing femoral-popliteal DVT and a video lecture showing practical examples from real life cases. See course page here.

Key points:

  • Femoral-popliteal veins ultrasound anatomy
  • Compression ultrasound technique
  • Short summary of DVT scanning protocol
  • The direct ultrasound diagnostic criteria

Requirements

You should already be familiar with basic vascular ultrasound terminology and anatomy.

 

Sample course material

e-booklet slides

video lecture

SYLLABUS

How to Diagnose a Femoral-Popliteal Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

1. Femoral-Popliteal Deep Venous Thrombosis Ultrasound Diagnostic Criteria

2. Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Ultrasound Diagnostic Criteria

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Quiz