Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury: Grade 2 Thoracic Aortic Injuries Can all be Safely Managed with Medical Therapy
This activity is recommended by the Young Surgeons Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of P2: Contemporary Management of Vascular Trauma and Iatrogenic Injuries
Category
  • Vascular Trauma
  • Aortic
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits
Endovascular vs. Open Repair of Upper Extremity Arterial Injury: No Need for Incisions.
This activity is recommended by the Young Surgeons Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of P2: Contemporary Management of Vascular Trauma and Iatrogenic Injuries. 
Category
  • Upper Extremity Arterial Disease
  • Vascular Trauma
  • Upper Extremity
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits
Foam Ablation for All Venous Reflux – What Does the Data Show?
This activity is in collaboration with the American Venous Forum, and is recommended by the Community Practice Committee and the Young Surgeons Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of the P3: Venous Disease: Ensuring the Appropriate Venous Care in 2019 session.
Category
  • Venous Disease
  • Superficial Disease
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits
Rheolytic Thrombectomy & Ultrasound-Assisted Thrombolysis following the ATTRACT Trial
This activity is in collaboration with the American Venous Forum, and is recommended by the Community Practice Committee and the Young Surgeons Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of the P3: Venous Disease: Ensuring the Appropriate Venous Care in 2019 session.
Category
  • Venous Disease
  • Deep Venous Disease
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits
Current FDA-Approved Mechanical Thrombectomy Devices
This activity is in collaboration with the American Venous Forum, and is recommended by the Community Practice Committee and the Young Surgeons Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of the P3: Venous Disease: Ensuring the Appropriate Venous Care in 2019 session.
Category
  • Venous Disease
  • Deep Venous Disease
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits
RP Open Approach: When I Do It, and Tips for Success
This activity is recommended by the Community Practice Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of the P4: Endovascular and Open Options for AAAs: The Right Repair for the Right Patient session.
Category
  • Thoracic/Thoracoabdominal
  • Abdominal Aneurysm
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits
Explantation and Other Open Surgical Options for Failed EVAR
This activity is recommended by the Community Practice Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of the P4: Endovascular and Open Options for AAAs: The Right Repair for the Right Patient session.
Category
  • Thoracic/Thoracoabdominal
  • Abdominal Aneurysm
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits
Complex Open Techniques: Choosing Clamping Strategy
This activity is recommended by the Community Practice Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of the P4: Endovascular and Open Options for AAAs: The Right Repair for the Right Patient session.
Category
  • Thoracic/Thoracoabdominal
  • Abdominal Aneurysm
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits
Complex Open Techniques: Techniques for Reconstructing Visceral Vessels
This activity is recommended by the Community Practice Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of the P4: Endovascular and Open Options for AAAs: The Right Repair for the Right Patient session.
Category
  • Thoracic/Thoracoabdominal
  • Abdominal Aneurysm
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits
In-situ Bypass is Preferable for Lower Extremity Revascularization
This activity is recommended by the Young Surgeons Committee. This activity was presented at VAM2019 as part of the P6: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Open Operative Techniques by the Masters session. 
Category
  • Arterial Occlusive Disease
  • Supra-inguinal
Format
  • VAM Lecture
  • VAM19 Collection
Credits

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