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SESSION 116: MANAGING THE PATIENT WITH PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL OCCLUSIVE DISEASE (PAD): STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES, WHO NEEDS WHICH TESTS AND WHEN
Location: Murray Hill Suites, 2nd Floor
Moderators:Ann Marie Kupinski, PhD, RVT, FSVU  
SESSION 116 SCHEDULE
6:50 AM - 7:00 AM Welcome And Opening Remarks: Navigating The Meeting And Optimizing Your Experience
  Presenter(s):George L. Berdejo, BA, RVT, FSVU  
Location: Murray Hill Suites, 2nd Floor
PAD is a very complex disease with many available diagnostic modalities. Armed with the right information, a thorough history and physical exam, and the appropriate diagnostic/imaging modality, the patient will be on the right track to getting the help and care he or she needs. How Much is Enough? What Do We Need For Diagnosis, Management And Treatment Of PAD?
7:00 AM - 7:08 AM The History And Physical Examination Matters And Guides The Workup
  Presenter(s):Anahita Dua, MD, MS, MBA  
Location: Murray Hill Suites, 2nd Floor
7:08 AM - 7:16 AM Still Important Role Of Physiologic Testing
  Presenter(s):Ann Marie Kupinski, PhD, RVT, FSVU  
Location: Murray Hill Suites, 2nd Floor
7:16 AM - 7:24 AM Role Of Duplex Ultrasound In The PAD Workup
7:24 AM - 7:32 AM Evolving And Expanding Role Of Pedal Artery Imaging
  Presenter(s):Jill S. Sommerset, BS, RVT, FSVU  
Location: Murray Hill Suites, 2nd Floor
7:32 AM - 7:40 AM What About CTA And MRA
7:40 AM - 7:48 AM Strategic Use Of Contrast Arteriography
  Presenter(s):John Carson, MD  
Location: Murray Hill Suites, 2nd Floor
7:48 AM - 8:10 AM Panel Discussion: Putting It All Together
END OF SESSION 116
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