Deep vein thrombus starts in the lower legs most of the time. The thrombus progresses up the calf into the knee and thigh. Many physicians don’t treat calf vein thrombus as there is a belief that it is not dangerous…. Read More ›
How Would You Describe This Arterial Waveform Part 2
I have included two waveform’s from the same test, as you can see there is some variation in both waveform’s. These were all taken in the upper extremity during the same test. All of the other sites had similar waveform… Read More ›
Is your Facility Missing Deep Vein Thrombus 40% of the Time?
Deep vein thrombosis in the lower extremity occurs in the intramuscular veins approximately 40% of the time. Is your facility missing them? Modern venous ultrasound has been around for over 20 years.
Where to Go for Ultrasound CME’s?
The American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) requires 30 continuing education credits (CME) every three years. Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI) requires 36 credits every three years. There are several ways to get CME’s for free, and there are many… Read More ›
How Would You Describe This Doppler Waveform?
Please offer your opinion and elaborate please!