Featuring real discussions on venous disease and treatment. We bring together leaders in the venous treatment world to talk about the latest developments, events, and discoveries relating to venous management and care. If you're involved in vein care, then this is the podcast for you.
About Dr. Anthony Comerota (Host)
Dr. Comerota is a board-certified vascular surgeon. He joined Inova as the Medical Director of the Eastern Region Heart and Vascular Institute, with over 36 years of clinical experience. Dr. Comerota served as a faculty member at Temple University Health Sciences Center where he became Chief of Vascular Surgery, Professor of Surgery, Program Director of General and Vascular Surgery, President of the...
Steve Elias: Welcome everybody once again to the Vein Magazine Podcast, or better known as vein specialists sitting around and talking, having drinks. Today we're at the American Venous Forum annual meeting, and with us is Peter Lawrence from UCLA, Peter Gloviczki from the Mayo Clinic and Mark Meissner, from the entire world because he is the world's best-known vein specialist. Is this true Mark Meissner?
Mark Meissner: I have no r...
Getting vascular residents excited about vein disease can be hard, especially when the bulk of their training focuses on arterial care.
Yet, as they enter their careers, they are likely to find that up to 80 percent of their patients need treatment for chronic venous insufficiency-related conditions like varicose veins.
“We are doing our trainees a disservice if we don’t offer a dedicated venous rotation,” said Ellen, a vascular su...
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Dr. Steve Elias is joined by some of the faculty of the New York Venous Symposium which will be held in New York on April 11, 12 and 13, 2019. Here, Drs. Ellen Dillavou, Kathleen Gibson, Neil Khilnani, and Joseph Raffetto discuss what they love about the meeting, why it's unique and what attendees can expect from the 2019 symposium. Learn why the NYVS has become known as the most interactive meeting in the vein space and what's in...
Dr. Steve Elias is joined by Dr. Margaret Mann, chair of the Improving Wisely project with the American Vein and Lymphatic Society and AVLS President Dr. Marlin Schull. What is the Improving Wisely project? How is it being applied to the vein specialty? And what were the results of the 2018 pilot program?
In this episode Drs. Steve Elias, Mark Meissner, and Neil Khilnani discuss the organization formerly known as the American College of Phlebology's (ACP's) recent name change to the American Vein and Lymphatic Society (the AVLS). What was behind this decision and what was the process of choosing a new name.
Dr. Steve Elias joins Dr. Bill Marston and Dr. Mark Meissner to talk about the state of venous education meetings.
Are these meetings the best format for CME? Can online education be viable? And where are the West-coast meetings?
To learn more about EVM, visit expertvenousmana...
Welcome to the VEIN Magazine Podcast —Real discussions on venous disease and treatment.
Our host Dr. Steve Elias shares some whiskey with Dr. Nicos Labropoulos and Dr. Tony Gasparis while discussing EVM and venous education.
How was the Expert Venous Management course started, how is it different, and what’s in store for 2019?
The ATTRACT Trial—what are the practical takeaways?
Real, practical info for the venous specialist.
The episode is hosted by Dr. Steve Elias and we have the principal investigator on the ATTRACT Trial, Dr. Suresh Vedantham, as well as Dr. Bill Marston, Dr. Raghu Kolluri and Dr. Darren Schneider.
For a complete transcript of this discussion, visit the VEIN Magazine website.
One year later, what did the ATTRACT Trial NOT tell us, and...
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