Sat, Oct 24 | New Perspectives Virtual Fall Seminar

New Perspectives -Flow to the Toe Virtual Fall Meeting

In collaboration with the Vascular Institute the Kaiser-Din Foundation will offer it's annual fall meeting as a virtual event.
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New Perspectives -Flow to the Toe Virtual Fall Meeting

Time & Location

Oct 24, 2020, 8:00 AM – Oct 25, 2020, 4:00 PM
New Perspectives Virtual Fall Seminar

About the event

October 24-25th Virtual Meeting. 


· Describe diagnosis of peripheral vascular disease.

· Discuss treatment options for peripheral vascular disease.

· Apply the leading advancements in vascular imaging into the clinical treatment of patients

  • Summarize  and implement the latest advances in technology, testing and imaging for the diagnosis and management of peripheral arterial disease
  • Describe diagnosis and treatment superficial venous disease
  • Discuss and  apply new interventional tools and therapeutic options for the treatment of peripheral artery disease.
  • Recognize and articulate the importance of peripheral artery disease diagnosis and its relationship to cardiovascular disease.
  • Discussed the current diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases of the lower extremities
  • Describe current treatments for chronic wound cases of the lower extremity
  • Describe diagnosis and podiatric intervention in the peripheral arterial disease patient
  • Summarize and implement new imaging and testing available for peripheral arterial disease
  • Appreciate the differences in treatment and women and then with peripheral arterial disease
  • Provide a meaningful new look into providing multispecialty experience for the patient in order to provide the most comprehensive care
  • Appreciate and reviewed the clinical and surgical significance of the lower extremity as a relevant to the field podiatry, vascular surgery, wound care, limb salvage
  • To establish a better understanding on physician burnout compassion fatigue  in the medical setting
  • To evaluate different surgical techniques and correcting clubfoot
  • To  appreciate different podiatric and wound care issues in third world countries
  • Established length between vascular and podiatric specialists
  • To assess and offer better ways to utilize time with patients provide the best care
  • To evaluate different techniques the wound flaps for limb salvage and better wound healing
  • To understand and nuances of medically treating the patient in the operating room and complications arise
  • To understand management of surgical complications
  • To understand bio-ethics on real life scenarios of the medical setting

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards and requirements for approval of providers of continuing education in podiatric medicine through a joint provider agreement between Kaiser-Din Foundation and the Vascular Institue. The Kaiser-Din Foundation is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine.  The Kaiser-Din Foundation has approved this activity for a maximum of 14 continuing education contact hours.

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