Workshops – Phlebology workshop (advanced)
Phlebology workshop (advanced)
Saturday, 12 October 2019
|Times: 13:15-16:30 (afternoon session)|
|Cost: 30 EURO|
|Room: N111/112 (IFEMA North Convention Centre, 1st Floor)|
Ass. Prof. Felizitas Pannier
Prof. Eberhard Rabe
Prof. Sorin Tiplica
The participants will be introduced to the advanced signs of chronic venous disease. The pathophysiology and clinical picture of chronic venous disease, post-thrombotic syndrome and venous leg ulcers will be explained. The skin changes in in venous disease of the lower leg will show and are discussed.
The sclerotherapy of varicose veins according to the newest guidelines will be explained.
In three rotating groups hands-on production of sclerosing foam and injection of spider veins and duplex guided injection techniques are learned. Injection models are used to practice injection techniques and foam production will be demonstrated and performed by the participants themselves. Differential diagnosis of skin changes in venous disease and of leg ulcers is learned by discussing pictures of clinical cases.
In addition there is time to discuss questions around indications, techniques, side effects and results of sclerotherapy and other venous techniques.
At the end of the workshop the participants
|Level of proficiency:
This course is designed for dermatologists who have already some knowledge and experience in diagnosis and treatment of venous diseases who would like to refresh their knowledge in the field or to update their knowledge in modern sclerotherapy and diagnosis of venous skin changes.
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