Safena Vein Preservation Course

course preserves saphenousSafena Preservation Course Basic Module:

We accept enrollments from doctors interested in learning more about saphenous vein preservation procedures. Course objective is to introduce venous hemodynamics and show the options for the traditional techniques.  Duration 10h and realization on Saturdays.

Program

Revision of Venous Anatomy and nerves around veins.

Physical Principles of Fluids

Hemodynamics of the lower limb – the pumps and compartments

Lower limb hemodynamics – Veins

Revisiting the perforators

Hemodynamics of the lower limb – the foot

Hemodynamic Mapping – How Do I Do It

Reflux: Theories and their importance

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Technique CHIVA

ASVAL Technique

The myth of crossectomy (reason for the delay of venous hemodynamics in the Americas)

Recurrence after variceal surgery – discussion of techniques

Live International with teacher Ermini. Students ask questions of the team here. After exhausted questions and discussion we connected with Prof Ermini and discussed with him.

Lunch – Barbecue Typical Gaucho.

Hemodynamic marking of a case

Hemodynamic surgery in the block.

Final discussion.

Safena Preservation Course Certification Module:

We accept registrations of vascular doctors and angiologists by copying the CRM RQE of your state. Only one student at a time due to the progress of the clinic along with the technique learning. The course has 120 hours planned for division between theory, surgery and surgical block.  In the first 20 surgeries after returning to your state, we will be available for discussion by Live to give safety in performing the procedure.

In the course contract there is a confidentiality clause that aims to maintain the quality standard of the entrance of hemodynamic surgery in the country. The student undertakes not to teach classes and paid courses for 5 years. Lectures and lectures in congress do not enter the confidentiality, without problems also of dividing our didactic material for this purpose.

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Map of the preservation of saphenous vein in Brazil

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