B9: Complications in Office-Based Vascular Procedures: Their Prevention and Management
This program is in collaboration with the Outpatient Endovascular and Interventional Society, and is recommended by the Community Practice Committee and the Society for Vascular Nursing.
This course was presented at VAM2019.
- Complications in Office-Based Vascular Procedures: The Magnitude of the Problem: John Blebea, MD, MBA
- Prevention: Equipment and Processes You Need to Have in the Office: William Jullien, MD
- Before You Start: Evaluation of the Patient and the Procedure: Krishna Jain, MD
- Optimal Anesthesia in the Office: Gerald Niedzwiecki, MD
- Access is the Key to the Prevention of Complications: Robert Tahara, MD
- Management of Arterial Complications from Procedures Performed in an Office-Based Setting: Robert Molnar, MD, MS
- Venous Procedures and Their Complications: Sam Ahn, MD
- What to Do Next: The Aftermath of an Office-Based Procedural Complication: Boulos Toursarkissian, MD
- Describe the recommended equipment and protocols for office endovascular centers to ensure patient safety.
- Discuss selection criteria for patients most appropriate to have procedures performed in an office setting.
- Present potential complications associated with arterial and venous interventions, their prevention and treatment.