Peripheral Programs

EDUCARE is a comprehensive suite of education and training programs that support healthcare professionals in the delivery of patient care worldwide.

 

 

Peripheral Interventions Fellows Program

These programs are designed to address the unmet educational needs of Fellows, increase understanding of the safe and effective use of technologies available to treat patients with peripheral vascular disease as well interventional oncology therapies, and improve patient access to care.  Timing of these programs is intended to be complementary to what Fellows are currently experiencing in fellowship training. 

Program Faculty is comprised of Program Directors from around the country, officers of National Societies, investigators from landmark clinical trials, textbook authors and Key Opinion Leaders who contribute to the development of clinical guidelines.

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PI 101

Hands-on Training

 

PI 101

 

Intended Audience

Intended Audience: Interventional Cardiology Fellows, Vascular Surgery Fellows and Interventional Radiology Fellows entering their final year of fellowship training.  

Date | Location

April 6, 2017 | New York, NY

Program Description

PI 101 takes a multi-disciplinary approach to peripheral interventions, which further specializes into three tracks, as outlined below, to meet the unique needs of the individual specialties: Interventional Cardiology, Vascular Surgery and Interventional Radiology.

PI 101 has been developed to provide an overview of the clinical and technical fundamentals respective to the diagnostic and treatment of peripheral vascular disease. Course content will include didactic lectures, case reviews and interactive panel discussions.

  IC 101 VS 101 IR 101
Course Dates April 6, 2017 Coming Soon April 6, 2017
Location New York, NY   New York, NY

Educational

Objectives

Management and treatment strategies for coronary disease with both non-invasive and minimally invasive techniques, and emerging technologiesManagement and treatment strategies for coronary disease with both non-invasive and minimally invasive techniques, and emerging technologies. An overview of venous disease, rapid flow restoration and thrombectomy, strategies for SFA and CLI, carotid endarterectomy vs CAS, and aortic dissection. Clinical and procedural strategies for interventional oncology, peripheral embolization and venous interventional procedures.

Contact your Boston Scientific representative for more information, or submit an inquiry below.

 

Hands-on Training

Intended Audience

Physicians currently enrolled in their 3rd or 4th year of Interventional Cardiology Fellowship, Interventional Radiology Fellows or Vascular Surgery Fellows.

Educational Objectives

  • To address the unmet educational needs of Fellows. The educational continuum of programs is intended to be complementary to what fellows are currently experiencing in training.
  • To increase the understanding of the safe and effective use of technologies available to treat patients with peripheral arterial and venous disease.
  • To increase the understanding of peripheral vascular disease and the dynamics that impact patients’ access to care.

CLI and CTO Treatment Strategies

April 27-29, 2017 or June 6, 2017
Institute for Advancing Science
Maple Grove, MN

Intended Audience

Physicians currently enrolled in their 3rd or 4th year of Interventional Cardiology Fellowship, Interventional Radiology Fellows or Residents, or Vascular Surgery Fellows

Educational Objectives

  • Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of CLI
  • Pathophysiology of CTO’s
  • Alternative Access Options and Techniques (Radial, Tibial, SFA, Etc)
  • Vessel Prep in the Era of Drug Elution
  • Overview of the Effects of Paclitaxel in the Periphery
  • Guidewire Selection and Escalation

Program Description

This program is designed to demonstrate best clinical practices for the management of patients presenting with symptoms of Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI) and complex Chronic Total Occlusions (CTO’s).

Facilitated by a faculty of esteemed physicians, the extensive hands-on portion of this program will feature the use of anatomical flow models, pedal-access models, case simulation, ultrasound, and fluoroscopy. Our faculty will give a didactic overview of treatment strategies respective to these complex lower extremity scenarios – including extensive case review and an overview of the latest technology in drug elution, atherectomy and crossing tools.

DVT Treatment Techniques

Institute for Advancing Science
Maple Grove, MN

Intended Audience

Physicians currently enrolled in their 3rd or 4th year of Interventional Cardiology Fellowship, Interventional Radiology Fellows or Residents, or Vascular Surgery Fellows

Educational Objectives

  • DVT Diagnosis
  • Thrombus Interpretation
  • Venous Access Options and Techniques
  • DVT Treatment Algorithm and Best Practices
  • Mechanical Thrombectomy

Program Description

This program is designed to highlight best clinical practices for the diagnosis and treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).

Facilitated by a faculty of esteemed physicians, the extensive hands-on portion of this program will feature the use of anatomical flow models, fluoroscopy, and ultrasound. Our faculty will give a didactic overview of tools and treatment strategies respective to treating DVT – including case review and thrombectomy device selection and usage techniques.

To register, please indicate the course name and date you are interested in; a confirmation email will be sent once your registration is confirmed.

Looking to learn more?  Thrombus University has the resources you need to raise awareness and help educate your peers and patients about interventional DVT treatment options.

 

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