FREE Short Course

HOW TO DIAGNOSE A FEMORAL-POPLITEAL DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS

The course material is provided free of charge. There is an optional small fee if you would like to complete a quiz and gain a CME/AMA  PRA Category 1 credit and a certificate of completion.

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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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1 CME credit & certificate of completion. (optional to purchase)

FREE 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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1 CME credit & certificate of completion. (optional purchase)

The course material is provided free of charge. There is an optional small fee if you would like to complete a quiz and gain a CME/AMA  PRA Category 1 credit and a certificate of completion.

Course includes

  • 2 videos
  • 1 e-booklet
  • 1 quiz (optional with a small fee)

Course length

  • Estimated 1 hour or more to cover the video and slides.
  • Self-paced learning.  Access to this course is valid for 12 months from the date of enrollment.

Access anywhere

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

Course includes

  • 1 videos
  • 1 e-booklet
  • 1 quiz (optional with a small fee)

Course length

  • Estimated 1 hour or more to cover the video and slides.
  • Self-paced learning.  Access to this course is valid for 12 months from the date of enrollment.

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 pay a small fee and pass a 12 question 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.

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 pay a small fee and pass a 12 question 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.

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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3. Quiz (optional purchase)

Price: FREE

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