Friday, July 22, 2016
School of Health Professions Room Y2.5809
Main Building Room
MD Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Blvd.
Houston, TX 77030
Deborah Scroggins, RT(R)(CV)(M)(CT)
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After completion of the course, attendees will earn seven (6) Category "A" CE Credits (pending AHRA Approval).
Upon completion of this VI Registry Review, the learner should:
- Have an understanding of the clinical requirements for the VI Registry,
- Review and understand the content specifications for the VI Registry,
- Understand general patient care to include patient preparation, patient assessment, IV procedures, contrast agents, and radiation safety and dosimetry,
- Have an understanding of vascular-interventional procedures including neurologic, thoracic, abdominal, GU and GI, non vascular, peripheral, dialysis management and venous access; vascular anatomy will be reviewed; contrast media usage and imaging protocols will be discussed,
- Have an understanding of digital imaging, pressure injectors, procedural supplies and related equipment and instrumentation.
- Patient Care/VI Registry Information
- Review clinical procedures for the VI Registry: Required clinical procedures and Establish eligibility for certification
- Discuss the content specifications for the VI Registry: Post primary examination and Question format and content
- Learn how to prepare for the VI Registry: What could they ask? What should you study? How should you study?
- Patient preparation: Informed consent and Patient education
- Patient assessment
- Physiologic Monitoring: Vital signs, ECG, and Pulse Oximetry
- Access Assessment: Peripheral pulses and Anatomical location
- Lab Values: Renal function (BUN, creatinine, eGFR), Blood coagulation (PT, PTT, platelet, INR, ACT), and Hematology
- Medications: Types, Indications and contraindications, Preparation and dosage, and Complications
- Contrast Agents: Types and properties of Ionic and Nonionic contrast agents
- Emergency Care: Contrast reactions and complications
- Vascular-Interventional Procedures (Vascular and non-vascular anatomy review): Neurologic, Thoracic, Abdominal, GU and non-vascular GI, Peripheral, Dialysis management, and Venous access
- Equipment and Instrumentation: Digital imaging, automatic pressure injectors, Procedural supplies, and Implantable devices
Review in Vascular-Interventional Registry
Friday, July 22, 2016
7 a.m. Sign-In
8 a.m. Patient Care Part I
9: 15 a.m. Patient Care Part II
10:30 a.m. Vascular Anatomy
11:30 a.m. Lunch (Provided)
12:30 p.m. Vascular/Nonvascular Procedures
Complete the VI Registry Review form and submit it with your payment as indicated on the form.
Early Registration (on or before July 7, 2016) $150.00
Registration (after July 7, 2016) $200.00
Registration includes lunches
Note: Registration discounted to $75 for IR Technologists of MD Anderson IR Clinical Affiliates.
Cancellation requests must be made on or before July 7, 2016 to receive a full refund. Cancellations made after July 7, 2016 are non-refundable.
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Travel and Parking Information
Getting to MD Anderson. Travel and parking are the responsibility of the participant.