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Vascular CME Roundtable Series
This CME Roundtable, The Essential Role of the Primary Community Care Team in the Management of Lower Extremity Arterial and Venous Disease 2.0, will explore the etiology, diagnosis, management, and referral strategies of peripheral arterial and venous disease through real-life patient case histories.
The CME Roundtable is open to all healthcare providers, including family physicians, internists, hospitalists, NPs, PAs, and DPMs, and offers a unique opportunity to learn about best practices for using evidence-based guidelines and standard non-invasive examination techniques to identify patients at risk for lower extremity arterial and venous disease.
Vascular specialists will deliver an interactive program including a slide presentation and Question-and-Answer
session. All participants will receive online access to a Participant Syllabus containing slides, faculty biographies,
disclosures, all relevant CME information, and a program evaluation form.
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This activity provides an opportunity to earn 2.0 CME Credits.
Our goal is to help primary care providers become more knowledgeable and confident in their use of validated non-invasive examination techniques and guidelines to screen and to make early diagnoses of peripheral arterial and venous disease, strengthening their ability to make appropriate referrals to the proper specialist, while helping to prevent serious complications.
This activity is supported by an educational grant from Philips Image Guided Therapy.
Words From Our Faculty
"Being on the front line, you, as a member of the primary care community team, are uniquely positioned to impact limb salvage, as well as the quality of life of the high-risk patient population with peripheral arterial and venous disease."Dion L. Franga, MD, FACS
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