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
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.
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
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
American Vein & Vascular Institute is now celebrating its 10-year anniversary with special events at each of the seven clinics located throughout Colorado. Patient specials and community engagements invite patients and regional residents alike to join in on American Vein’s success and hard-earned longevity. American Vein & Vascular