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    Digital Subtraction Angiography

    The program is intended to explain the development of special procedures within diagnostic radiology and the advancements through the years. Serial angiographic filming will be discussed and manual subtraction techniques will be reviewed. The advantages and disadvantages of subtraction will be...

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    Procedures in Vascular Angiography - Part 1

    The program introduces the major manifestations of various disease states to include atherosclerosis, aneurysmal disease, mesenteric ischemia, and renovascular disease. Vascular anatomy will be reviewed, factors to determine the type of disease will be discussed, and signs and symptoms of...

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    Procedures In Vascular Angiography - Part 2

    Part 2 of a 2 part series introduces the major manifestations of various disease states to include aneurysmal disease, peripheral arterial disease, Raynaud's disease, and cerebrovascular insufficiency. Vascular anatomy will be reviewed, factors to determine the type of disease will be discussed...

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 10: Abdominal Venous Procedures

    This module identifies abdominal venous anatomy on both radiographs and digital subtraction angiograms. The equipment required for abdominal venous procedures is listed. The module also discusses flow rates, frame rates, projections, contrast injections, positioning, and imaging techniques for...

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 11: GI and GU Nonvascular Procedures

    This module identifies gastrointestinal and genitourinary anatomy on both radiographs and digital subtraction angiographs. Equipment required for GI and GU nonvascular procedures is listed. The module also discusses frame rates, projections, contrast injections, positioning, and imaging...

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 1: Fundamentals

    This module starts with an introduction to the history of the field, the imaging modalities used today, and radiation protection strategies. You will also learn about acquisition and postprocessing techniques, contrast media, and cardiac life support methods

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 2: Part 1 - Basic Equipment and Instrumentation

    This module identifies and explains the components of automatic pressure injectors, catheters, guidewires, needles, sheaths, and dilators used in vascular procedures. You will also learn about the shapes, construction methods, and indications for use of various interventional devices. 

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 2: Part 2 - Therapeutic Equipment and Instrumentation

    This module explains the types, functions, and indications for use of PTA balloons, caval filters, embolization materials, stents, and arteriotomy closure devices. You will also learn about the instruments used for atherectomy, mechanical thrombectomy, embolectomy, and thrombolysis procedures....

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 3: Patient Care

    This module describes pre-procedure patient education, informed consent, and standards for patient assessment. Normal and abnormal lab values are discussed, along with ECG tracings. You will also learn about pre-, intra-, and post-procedure patient care. Additionally, the module covers sterile...

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 4: Part 1 - Pharmacology Basics

    This module explains pharmaceutical management procedures, charting, and the mechanisms and consequences of medication decay. You will also learn about administration routes, preparation, dosage, and the types of medications used in interventional departments. 

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 4: Part 2 - Interventional Pharmacology

    This module explains the medications used for interventional procedures, as well as their effects, side effects, antagonists, and dosages. You will also learn about the types and properties of contrast agents, complications associated with pharmaceuticals, and the pharmaceuticals used to treat...

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 5: Venous Access Procedures

    This module describes venous access anatomy, the equipment needed for venous access, and how to identify the best methods and access sites for various treatments. Indications, contraindications, and complications for various procedures are discussed. You will also learn about steps for safely...

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 6: Dialysis Management

    This module identifies anatomy and pathophysiology on digital subtraction angiograms and still frame radiographs, and lists specific equipment for dialysis shunts. Renal function disorders, laboratory values, and the stages of kidney failure also are covered. Indications, contraindications, and...

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 7: Neurologic Procedures

    This module identifies neurologic anatomy and pathophysiology on both radiographs and digital subtraction angiograms. Specific equipment for neurologic procedures, flow rates, frame rates, and projections used for these procedures are also described. Indications, contraindications, and...

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 8: Thoracic Procedures

    This module identifies thoracic anatomy on both radiographs and digital subtraction angiograms. The specific equipment required for thoracic procedures is listed. You will also learn about proper flow rates, frame rates, projections, contrast injections, positioning, and imaging techniques...

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    Vascular-Interventional Essentials | Module 9: Abdominal Arterial

    This module identifies abdominal arterial anatomy on both radiographs and digital subtraction angiograms. The equipment required for abdominal procedures is listed. The module also discusses flow rates, frame rates, projections, contrast injections, positioning, and imaging techniques for...

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