Hemodialysis Access (17)

Hemodialysis Access (17)

cially pelvic), solid organ bleeding due to tumor or trauma, obstetrical and gynecological hemorrhage and tumor devascularization. 4. Describe "post-e...

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cially pelvic), solid organ bleeding due to tumor or trauma, obstetrical and gynecological hemorrhage and tumor devascularization. 4. Describe "post-embolization syndrome" and its treatment. 5. List possible complications of embolotherapy and means to minimize these complications. Coordinator: ]eet Sandhu, i\tID Neil Denbow, MD

John]. Borsa, MD Scott C. Goodwin, MD

Riad Salem, MO, MBA Jeer Sam.Ulu, ;\1]) Susan W. Weeks, MD

VENOUS EMBOLIZATION (12) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to: Become familiar with basic techniques} indications, and contraindications for emboJotherapy as applied to venous abnormalities including venous malformations, varicocele, ovarian vein syndrome and pulmonary AVM's. CoordinaLOr: Robert]. Rosen, MD James C. Andrews, MD Riad Salem, MD, ,\iliA Robert 1. White, Jr, MD Patricia E. Burrows, l\-ID Joseph W. Yedlicka, Jr, MD

GASTROINTESTINAL INTERVENTIONS (13) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to: 1. Describe the indications and contraindications, preprocedural evaluation, and preprocedural preparation for percutaneous gastrostomy (G) and gastrojejunostomy (Gj) tube placement. 2. Describe the teclmiques used for percutaneous G and GJ tube placement. 3. List the various G and GJ tubes available for placement and replacement. 4. Describe appropriate post-G or -G]-tube-placement device and patient management. 5. Discuss the current status of other gastrointestinal interventions such as enteric stent placement and cecostomy tube placement. Coordio2tor: NI2tthew S. Johnson, MD

Midlael D. Darcy, MD Elic K. Hoffer, MD Matthew S. Johnson, MD

Gordon Mclennan, MD H2Ijit Singh, MD Adam B. Winick, MD

GRANT WRITING (14) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to: 1. Describe what information to include in each

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major section of a grant appbcation: the abstract, specific aims, background and significance, preliminary data, methods, and budget. 2. List the criteria that reviewers use to evaluate grant applications.

3. Recognize the most common pitfalls in grant writing and how to avoid them. 4. List funding sources for interventional radiology. Coordinator: Wendy Landow, MPH Paul M. Consigny, phD

Wendy Landow, MPH

GYNECOLOGIC INTERVENTIONS (15) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to: 1. List the indications for and describe the proce-

dure of pelvic embolization in gynecologic disorders, with emphasis on the following areas: a. Uterine fibroids, b. Female varicocele. 2. Describe the role of the interventional radiologist in the diagnosis and treatment of female infertility, with emphasis on the following: a. Fallopian tube recanalization, b. Diagnostic selective salpingography. Coordin3tor: Lindsay Machan, MD James B. Spies, MD John C. lipman, .MD Scott C. Goodwin, MD

Gary P. Siskin, MD

David M. Hovsepian, MD Amy S. Thurmond, MD Robert 1. Worthington-Kirsch, [\olD

AVOIDING THE HAZARDS OF INTERVENTIONAL RAOIOLOGY (16) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to: 1. Describe available ways to reduce operator and patient radiation dose. 2. Discuss available ways to reduce the risk of occupational exposure to blood-borne pathogens. 3. Identify and manage work-related factors that can contribute to the exacerbation of spinal disc disease. Coordinator: M. Victoria Marx, .'\10 M. Victoria Marx, MD

Donald 1. Miller, l\.1D Louis K. Wagner, PhD

HEMODIALYSIS ACCESS (17) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to: 1. Discuss the role of screening and the PTA for hemodialysis access. 2. LL't available methods for declotting dialysis grafts and arteriovenous fistulas percutaneously, including mechanical and chemical techniques. 3. Describe the current role of stent deployment for hemodialysis access. 4. Discuss the diagnosis and management of hemodialysis-related central venous stenosis. 5. Discuss the appropriate anatomic, hemodynamic, and clinical endpoints to determine im-

mediate procedural success after endoluminal procedures. Coordinator: Richard j. Gray, MD Frederick S. Cohn, MD Israel Schur, MD Karim Valji, MD Kenneth D. Murphy, MD Luc Tlumel-Rodrigues, MD Scon O. Trerotola, MD

"Thomas M. Vesely, !\lID Louis G. Martin, MD Stephen f. Quinn, MD John H. Rundback, MD W. Perry Arnold, MD Richard j. Gray, MD

HI_IQTM SYSTEM "HANDS-ON" (18) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to: 1. Explain the value of a relational database interrelating physician, procedural and material management data. 2. Describe the process of data entry into HI-IQTM understanding the importance of consistent rigorous ent.JY. 3. Understand the Inventory/Materials Management aspects of HI-IQTM With this understanding, be able to evaluate its utility in your practice/hospital. 4. Be able to participate in uploading of your data to the National Database, understand the security aspects of this process, and learn how to analyze data from the National Database in relation to your site. Coordinator: Kenneth S. Rholl, MD James M. Cooper, MD Keith M. Holton, MD Albert A. Nemcek, Jr, MD j. Bayne Selby, Jr, MD

j. Fritz Angle, MD

Charles Paul Daly, MD Steven G. Meranze, MD Keith M. Sterling, MD

Kenneth S. Rholl, MD

INFRAINGUINAL INTERVENTIONS (20) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to: 1. List the indications for percutaneous infraingui-

nal arterial interventions. 2. Review techniques for various arterial intelventions. 3. Define results and complications of infrainguinal therapy. 4. Discuss role of adjunctive therapy including anti-platelet drugs and other medications. Coordinator: j. Fritz Angle, MD j. Fritz Angle, MD

Martin Crain, MD Karen O. Ehrman, MD

Amir Mota~eme, MD Souheil Saddekni, MD j. Bayne Selby, Jr, MD

INTERNET RESOURCES "HANDS-ON" (21) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to: 1. Search the Internet for information and educa-

tional material. 2. Communicate with colleagues, patients and thers in a variety of formats. 3. Transfer, download, store and manipulate images. 4. Create, publish and maintain a Web page. 5. Use the Internet for marketing purposes. Coordinator: Stanley G. Cooper, MD Aravind Arepally, MD Daniel P. Link, MD Herb Lustberg, MD j. Bayne elby, Jr, MD Joseph N. Shams, MD Robert Warren Solomon, MD Neil j. Halin, DO

Barry j. Kanner, MD John Thomas, MD Jeremy S. Weiss, DO Cliff]. \X'higham, Jr, DO Mark W. Wilson, MD Michael Middlebrook, MD Stanley G. Cooper, MD

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INFERIOR VENA CAVA FILTERS "HANDS-ON" (19) Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to:

LEGS FOR lIFE® (22)

1. Become familiar with the current, emerging,

Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, the attendee should be able to:

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and controversial indications and contra indications for permanent and temporalY vena cava filters. Deploy, in vitro, all vena cava filters available in the US. Deploy, in vitro, many filters that are available outside dle US. Describe common and unusual technical problems that may occur during filter insertion. List and manage complications of vena cava filters.

1. List in a step by step fashion how to run a Legs

for Life® screening program. 2. Explain how Legs for Life® intends to improve the cardiovascular health of the community. 3. Discuss the importance of Legs for Life® as a tool for marketing and practice development. 4. Describe the benefits of Legs for Life® to improving relationships between vascular colleagues and primary care physicians. Coordinator: Peter T. Beatty, MD

Coordinator: Thomas B. Kinney, MD Julia T. De Sanctis, MD Anthony C. Venbrux, MD W. Jean Matchen, MD teven F. Millward, MD

Karl E. Weingarten, MD Sean P. Murray, MD Vincent Oliva, MD Thomas B. Kinney, MD

Michael A. Arata, MD Robert j. Balotin, MD Merle H. Barth, MD Peter T. Beatty, MD Stanley G. Cooper, MD Jackeline Gomez-Jorge, MD

Rita M. Kikkawa, MD Katharine L. Krol, MD Dale R. Nance, .\11) Rodney D. Raabe, MD Catherine M. Tuite, MD Harvey M. Wiener, DO

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