Appropriate Use Criteria

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Clinical Pocket Guide: Appropriate Use Criteria for Chronic Lower Extremity Disease

The American Venous Forum has produced a series of pocket guides based on recently-published clinical practice guidelines.  Conveniently sized and spiral bound to fit in a lab coat, each pocket guide is designed to be a quick, easy reference for a specific clinical practice guideline. (35 pages)

Topics covered include:

  • Methodology & Appropriateness Rating Scale
  • Great Saphenous Vein Ablation for Symptomatic Axial Reflux
  • GSV Ablation for Segmental Reflux
  • GSV Ablation for Edema (C3)
  • Ablation of the Small Saphenous Vein
  • Ablation of the Anterior Accessory Great Saphenous Vein
  • Ablation for Asymptomatic Disease
  • Ablation in the Absence of Reflux
  • Treatment of Symptomatic Nontruncal Varicose Veins and Telangiectasia
  • Management Decisions for Diseased Tributaries Associated with Saphenous Ablation
  • Treatment of Perforator Veins
  • Stenting of Iliac and/or Inferior Vena Cava Obstructive Disease as First-line Treatment
  • Treatment of Edema (C3) Due to Venous Disease
  • Duplex Ultrasound Diagnostic Techniques for Chronic Venous Disease
  • Timing and Reimbursement Decisions
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