Events

Ultrasound in Phlebology (Essentials)

26 April 2017 to 28 April 2017
Time: 08:00
Capacity: 0
Price: 0.00
Program decription
This 3 day program is specifically designed for:
 Members of the College of Phlebology who are interested in ultrasound of superficial
and deep venous systems of the lower limb
 Any medical practitioners or technologists at the beginning of the ultrasound learning
curve who are interested in venous scanning.
All tuition is undertaken in a highly personalised, tailored fashion with intensive
"hands-on" practical sessions allowing registrants to gain skills in the most cost eective
manner.
Specific lecture topics include
 Practical physics of doppler
 Practical physics of colour
 Probe manipulation techniques
 Scanning techniques
 Ultrasound recognition of venous anatomy
 Practical superficial venous examination
 Practical DVT examination
 Practical needle guidance techniques
Course Objectives
 To provide an understanding of system operation
 To provide an overview of the anatomy and pathology of the
superficial and deep venous system of the lower limbs.
 To provide practical tuition in the techniques of venous
scanning including colour and spectral doppler techniques.
Accredited CCPU units included in course
 Physics
 Vascular Access
Approved by ACRRM and RACGP for the Rural
Procedural Grants Program
Procedural GPs can receive $2000 per day, for up to 10 days
of training per financial year, and GPs providing hospital
based emergency services can receive up to three days of
eligible training per financial year.
CPD accredited
CPD 17 hours (Lecture 5.5 hrs, Practical 11.5 hrs)
Electronic logbook services with expert feedback
To help maintain & improve your skills we oer an online
ultrasound mentoring service so that our experienced
sta can guide your hand by giving critical feedback on
your uploaded images. The logged cases can then be
saved on the AIU site to be used as a personal

Program decription

This 3 day program is specifically designed for:

 Members of the College of Phlebology who are interested in ultrasound of superficial

and deep venous systems of the lower limb

 Any medical practitioners or technologists at the beginning of the ultrasound learning

curve who are interested in venous scanning.

All tuition is undertaken in a highly personalised, tailored fashion with intensive

"hands-on" practical sessions allowing registrants to gain skills in the most cost eective

manner.

Specific lecture topics include

 Practical physics of doppler

 Practical physics of colour

 Probe manipulation techniques

 Scanning techniques

 Ultrasound recognition of venous anatomy

 Practical superficial venous examination

 Practical DVT examination

 Practical needle guidance techniques

Course Objectives

 To provide an understanding of system operation

 To provide an overview of the anatomy and pathology of the

superficial and deep venous system of the lower limbs.

 To provide practical tuition in the techniques of venous

scanning including colour and spectral doppler techniques.

Accredited CCPU units included in course

 Physics

 Vascular Access

Approved by ACRRM and RACGP for the Rural

Procedural Grants Program

Procedural GPs can receive $2000 per day, for up to 10 days

of training per financial year, and GPs providing hospital

based emergency services can receive up to three days of

eligible training per financial year.

CPD accredited

CPD 17 hours (Lecture 5.5 hrs, Practical 11.5 hrs)

Electronic logbook services with expert feedback

To help maintain & improve your skills we oer an online

ultrasound mentoring service so that our experienced

sta can guide your hand by giving critical feedback on

your uploaded images. The logged cases can then be

saved on the AIU site to be used as a personal electronic

logbook for future credentialing purposes.

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