Vein Center Procedures: Techniques, Treats, and Tricks
- Credits: 6.0 SDMS CMEs (6.0 VT)
- Price: $120 USD
- Duplex for saphenous ablation: Technique
- Ankle Brachial Index for the Phlebologist
- Anesthesia for Office Based Vein Procedures
- Ambulatory Phlebectomy
- Treating Visible Bulbous Tributaries: Microphlebectomy vs. Sclerotherapy
- Nerves of Interest during venous Intervention
- Treating Feet-The Right Way
- Ultrasound Evaluation of the Lower Extremity Following Venous Intervention
Jean M. White-Melendez
RVT, RPHS, FSVU
Jean is a nationally recognized as a premier expert in venous disease, vascular testing and is a frequent lecturer throughout the USA. She has served as an application reviewer and site visitor for the Inter-societal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories (ICAVL). Jean has served on the Board of Directors of multiple vascular societies and foundations. She was honored as a Fellow of the SVU in 2014.
William B. Schroedter
BS, RVT, RPHS, FSVU
ESP’s Vascular program is recognized as the largest, most effective and efficient method for technologists and physicians preparing for RVT and RVS credentials. William Schroedter is a distinguished educator at the national and international level. He is recognized as an authority in all aspects of vascular testing in both clinical practice and education. Bill spent 7 years on the Society of Vascular Ultrasound Board of Directors, served as SVU Vice President, was honored as a Fellow in 1998 and awarded the SVU Distinguished Service Award in 1995 and 2006. With dozens of publications, Bill was awarded the DE Strandness Award for Scientific Research in 2010, 2012, and 2013 for original vascular research. Bill loves vascular ultrasound (he has even been known to scan patients on vacation) and teaches with a great passion for the field and especially for new sonographers.
Dr. Mauriello has been practicing Phlebology for more than 28 years and quite simply, is one of the founders of modern phlebology. He is internationally renowned for his expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of venous disease and has pioneered many of the treatments used today. He was past President of the American College of Phlebology ("ACP") from 2011-2012 and for decades he has lectured regularly throughout the United States and the world. Vein Magazine acknowledged him as one of the 25 most influential venous professionals in the world. A colleague had this to say: “John Mauriello is a Master; I consider him to be one of the pioneers in modern Phlebology. He cares about the profession and is dedicated and committed to its advancement.” John has no financial disclosures.