08 Apr 2019

HIMSS conference speaker Will Present Lessons Learned from a HIPAA Audit

Carol Amick, manager of Healthcare Services, will speaking at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Annual Conference to be held April 24-25 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Amick will discuss HIPAA regulations and how healthcare organizations are still missing the mark when it comes to covering the basics of HIPAA

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02 Apr 2019

VIVA PHYSICIANS: ATTEND SVM19 IN MCLEAN, VA, MAY 29-JUNE 1

Register for the SVM 2019 Annual Scientific Sessions, the premier meeting for vascular medicine professionals. This year the meeting will take place in McLean, VA, at the Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner, minutes from Washington, DC, May 29 – June 1. Early-bird registration rates end Monday, April 8. This is a very

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28 Mar 2019

A NEW RF SYSTEM: VENCLOSE 2ND GENERATION RADIOFREQUENCY TECHNOLOGY OUTPERFORMS LEGACY SYSTEM

    By Larry Storer The great medical technology companies of our time start and develop in a variety of ways. Some start with a product or idea and built a market around it. Some start as spinoffs from existing successful companies. But Venclose started by determining the unmet needs

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28 Mar 2019

SIGVARIS CHANGES CORPORATE NAME, LOGO

        SIGVARIS has changed its corporate name from SIGVARIS to SIGVARIS GROUP and has also changed its logo. SIGVARIS has a 150-year history of proven success, according to CEO Mark Bunker. “We are the world leader in medical compression socks and hosiery with a wide assortment of

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28 Mar 2019

Virtual reality immerses physicians in AVLS education offerings

By Ron Seybold The American Vein and Lymphatic Society is launching a new project to use immersive virtual reality (VR) technology for its educational courses. The educational an array of venous medicine techniques. VR has started to make it possible to gain a better view than ever of fundamental and cutting-edge

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28 Mar 2019

IAC research proposal deadline is April 15

  The IAC Research Committee seeks to support innoative and meritorious research relevant to accreditation and quality improvement through its annual IAC Research Award Program. Interested individuals are encouraged to submit proposals that advance the IAC Research Committee’s mission of “Strengthening Accreditation through Research.” Different for 2019, the IAC Research

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28 Mar 2019

DU STUDIES ILIOCAVAL STENT

DU STUDIES ILIOCAVAL STENT Duplex Ultrasound improves treatment of femoro-iliocaval occlusive venous disease   By Jan M. Sloves, RVT and Jose I Almeida, MD   The last two decades have witnessed a great increase in stent treatment for femoro-iliocaval occlusive venous disease. We know from previous reports that the major

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15 Mar 2019

AVLS HOSTS Virtual Reality-BASED COURSE ON SCLEROTHERAPY

The American Vein & Lymphatic Society is offering a full day course on sclerotherapy featuring its new virtual reality hands-on training. The sclerotherapy course will be offered at 8 a.m. April 6 at the Sheraton Suites Chicago O’Hare in Rosemont, Illinois.             Register at phleboloy.org.

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14 Mar 2019

STAINING MAY OCCUR AFTER SCLEROTHERAPY

    By Ronald F. Bush, MD, FACS and Peggy Bush, APRN Staining (hemosiderin deposition) after sclerotherapy is not infrequent. Staining results from trapped blood that occurs after sclerotherapy injections or red cell extravasation. All vessels will clot to some degree unless methods are taken to minimize clotting at the

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14 Mar 2019

PCF OR ‘FOAM IN A CAN.’ READ THE STUDY AND YOU DECIDE

Roger Hogue, MD, has conducted a new study that makes the case that PCF foam structure and visual foam quality is as good or better than proprietary “Foam in a Can.” Whether you prefer to buy the foam you use or whether you prefer to compound it, this detailed study

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