Advanced Peripheral Arterial Disease Intervention Course for Vascular Surgeons

The Simulation Center at Fairbanks Hall

April 20-21, 2018
Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN

The 2018 Advanced Peripheral Arterial Disease Intervention Course for Vascular Surgeons was held April 20-21, 2018 in Indianapolis.

This course offers a hands-on approach designed for practicing vascular surgeons to fine tune their approach to limb salvage and treating lower extremity arterial disease and will address teaching a tailor-made approach to managing vascular disease in terms of patient selection, approach, device selection, managing complications, radiation protection.

At the end of the Course, participants will be able to:

• Apply a comprehensive endovascular approach to limb salvage;
• Describe strategies for preventing radiation protection, use of ultrasound guided access for pedal arteries, as well as unusual arterial access for lower extremity arterial interventions;
• Identify how to incorporate an algorithmic approach for managing lower extremity arterial disease;
• Identify an appropriate patient selection, device selection to match the arterial pathology;
• Recognize the cost associated with new technologies and how to provide cost-effective patient care.

Course Co-Directors

Raghu L. Motaganahalli, MD RPVI FRCS, FACS

Division Chief of Vascular Surgery
Associate Professor & Program Director
Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN

Jeffrey Jim, MD, MPHS, FACS

Associate Professor, Section of Vascular Surgery
Program Director, Vascular Surgery Fellowship and Residency
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO

2018 Faculty

  • DONALD L. JACOBS, MD
    C. Rollins Hanlon Professor and Chair
    Department of Surgery
    Saint Louis University
    St. Louis, MO
  • SEAN P. LYDEN, MD FACS
    Professor and Chairman
    Department of Vascular Surgery
    Cleveland Clinic
    Cleveland, OH
  • PATRICK E. MUCK, MD RVT FACS
    Chief of Vascular Surgery
    Program Director, Vascular Fellowship & Integrated Residency
    Good Samaritan Hospital
    Cincinnati, OH
  • WILLIAM P. ROBINSON, MD
    Interim Chief and Associate Professor
    Program Director, Vascular Fellowship
    Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
    University of Virginia School of Medicine
    Charlottesville, VA
  • PETER J. ROSSI, MD
    Associate Professor
    Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin
    Milwaukee, WI
  • NITEN SINGH, MD
    Professor of Surgery
    Program Director, Vascular Surgery Residency and Fellowship
    Director of Limb Preservation Services
    Division of Vascular Surgery
    University of Washington
    Seattle, WA

The Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society wishes to thank the following companies for their support and participation in the Advanced Peripheral Arterial Disease Intervention Course for Vascular Surgeons:

2018 Education Grants/Marketing Support

Including support for workshops:

  • Abbott Vascular
  • BD (formerly BARD Peripheral Vascular)
  • Boston Scientific Corporation
  • BTG, International/EKOS
  • Cook Medical, Inc.
  • Medtronic, Inc.
  • Penumbra, Inc.
  • Spectranetics
  • Terumo Interventional Systems
  • W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.

2018 Workshop Support

  • Cordis, A Cardinal Health Company
  • CSI – Cardiovascular Systems, Inc.
  • Getinge Group

2017 Education Grants

Including support for workshops:

  • Abbott Vascular
  • Boston Scientific Corporation
  • BTG, International/EKOS
  • Cook Medical, Inc.
  • Penumbra, Inc.
  • Spectranetics
  • W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.

2017 Workshop Support

  • BARD Peripheral Vascular
  • CSI, Inc.
  • CORDIS, a Cardinal Health Company
  • Medtronic, Inc.

2017 Marketing Support

Including support for workshops:

  • Avinger
  • Getinge Group
  • Terumo Interventional Systems

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