An Encyclopedia of Information for individuals cross-training into the field of vascular diagnosis, and for established vascular professionals. This manual provides practical and easy to understand methods for obtaining quality diagnostic examinations.
Principles of vascular technology are explained in a clear and concise manner and are related to exam procedures.
An indispensable resource for anyone performing noninvasive vascular diagnostic exams.
Step-by-step instructions for performing diagnostic exams.
Modern, up-to-date protocols and procedures.
Exam pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Tips for exams on difficult patients.
Guidelines for accurate interpretation.
380 pages spiral bound, extensively illustrated in black and white.
Color duplex imaging and physiologic indirect testing methods.
Continuing medical education (CME) credits available.
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Robert Daigle is a nationally recognized educator, author and clinician in vascular technology and sonography. He has been in the field of noninvasive vascular diagnosis for over 30 years.
He has pioneered many of the diagnostic protocols widely in use today and has combined his extensive clinical experience with a dedication to teaching a no-nonsense approach to noninvasive vascular diagnosis.
Rob has lectured internationally and extensively in the USA. He is a long-standing member and a Fellow of the Society of Vascular Ultrasound. Rob is actively involved with vascular educational programs for the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS) and the Society of Vascular Ultrasound (SVU).
Having both been in the field of vascular diagnosis for over 30 years, we have been part of the effort which has seen Doppler Ultrasound, in particular, progress from initially being a curiosity, to be one of the major non-invasive techniques used in vascular diagnosis. During this time, several textbooks have appeared which have tried to explain the technology and application for all who are interested in diseases of blood vessels. Most of them have their merits but there has not been, in our opinion, a book which explains how to carry out the examinations, indicated clinically, how to interpret the results of these investigations, and which also explain the basic technologies involved in a simple but rigorous way.
This present text, we have found, to be direct and to the point, and is not burdened with too much theoretical background. It contains very good technical explanations of basic Doppler ultrasound methods, Duplex and Colour Flow systems. It is also equally as good in the area of physiological testing. The book contains explanatory diagrams and emphasizes the pitfalls which can lead to misdiagnosis. It is easy to assimilate and is an excellent, practical guide and handbook.
We would recommend this book to Vascular Technologists, Clinical Applications Specialists in industry, and anybody who wishes to learn about the practicalities of vascular examinations.
R Skidmore BSc, PhD, MIEE, FinstP, FRSA Managing Director, Scimed Ltd,
J. P. Woodcock BSc, PhD, FInstP Professor of Medical Physics and Bioengineering, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff, UK
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