Vascular ultrasound training course

29th – 30th September 2016

Venue: Novotel Hotel, Manchester, UK.
10 CPD credits – Royal College of Radiologists.
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Please note the registration process is only complete and a place secured on payment of the appropriate fee.

This course covers the application of duplex, pulsed wave, colour and power Doppler techniques in the investigation of the abdominal, extra and intra-cranial and peripheral vasculature. The emphasis will be on practical hands-on workshops using a range of ultrasound systems and there will opportunity to use a limb phantom for training in ultrasound monitoring of EVLA procedures.  Each clinical lecture will cover the following topics: * Normal vasculature and variants * Examination protocols * Currently accepted diagnostic criteria * Case histories * Pitfalls in interpretation. Clinical applications literature will be available to the delegates.

The scientific programme can be downloaded from the DOCUMENTS section.

Topics covered include:

  • Application of duplex, pulsed wave, colour and power Doppler techniques in the investigation of the abdominal, extra and intra-cranial and peripheral vasculature.
  • Practical hands-on workshops
  • Theory lectures
  • Use a range of ultrasound systems with professionally qualified demonstrators
  • Opportunity to use a limb phantom for training in ultrasound monitoring of EVLT procedures.

Documents


Click to download this PDF documentCourse Programme

Accommodation

The recommended accommodation is the Novotel Hotel, booking via the website:
or the adjacent IBIS hotel. Or alternatively visit www.lastminute.com or http://www.booking.com

Travel directions

Click to download this PDF documentVU Sept16 TravelDirections

Or visit: the Hotel website www.novotel.com/gb/hotel-3145-novotel-manchester-centre/location.shtml
Reduced parking rates are available at Q-Park,  75 St James Street, M1 4LX at the rear of the hotel.

For further information please contact us

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