NEW VEIN MED CONSULTANTS BOOK TO DEBUT AT CVC ARTERIAL & VENOUS ENDOVASCULAR CONFERENCE JULY 11-13
“A Guide to Treating Facial Veins,” ‘a “new, one-of-a-kind” book illustrating the safe treatment for all facial veins using anatomical principles, has been published by Ronald Bush, MD, FACS, and Peggy Bush, APRN.
The book made its debut at the CVC Arterial & Venous Endovascular Conference at the Radisson Blu Aqua in Chicago, July 11-13, 2018. Online sites will be announced soon.
Prominent veins of the face present an undesired cxoasmetic issue for many patients,” Dr. Bush wrote in the introduction.”Veins that represent cosmetic concerns are predominantly on the frontal, temporal and suborbitalregions. Facial vens are thin-walled and contain no valves for the most pr]art. Facial veins may dilate from increased drainage through the scalp veins or from non-pathological but physiologic compression.
Examples may include laughing, straining,or may occur with the patient in the recumbent position. Overr time, the respective vein may become more pronounced.
Dr. and Mrs. Bush are highly qualified to write this book.
Ronald Bush, MD, FACS, is one of the nation’s foremost specialists in venous disease. He co-founded and is the medical director for Vein Experts, a national group of professionals specializing in the care and treatment of venous disease. He has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and is an innovator of many techniques utilized in the treatment of venous disease. He is board certified in vascular surgery. He trained at Indiana University School of Medicine and Walter Reed Army Medical Center in cardio thoracic surgery. For the past 20 years, Dr. Bush has devoted his practice solely to the treatment of venous disease. Areas of research currently are devoted to the manifestations of cutaneous venous hypertension. Dr. Bush has developed a targeted approach to the treatment of venous ulcers and has published his technique in various journals.
Peggy Bush, APRN, has more than 30 years of professional experience in nursing. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Bradley University in Peoria, Ill., and her Master’s Degree in Nursing from Saint Francis Medical Center College of Nursing in Peoria. Board-certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, she has devoted the last nine years to the study and treatment of venous disease. In the clinic setting, she has worked alongside Dr. Bush, and has co-authored papers on the care and treatment of venous pathology and is president of dermaka skin care products.
While this is the first book by Dr. and Mrs. Bush, Peggy Bush said that there will be more to come. VTN
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