FAMUS DVT/peripheral vascular module

The DVT/peripheral vascular module aims to teach competence in the assessment of deep venous thrombosis. Specifically, it will allow practitioners to ‘rule in’ the presence of a DVT. In addition, it will teach the skills to use ultrasound to guide peripheral venous cannulation.

The table below outlines the minimum training times and core procedures that candidates are expected to achieve:

Supervised scans (minimum)

Mentored scans (indicative minimum)

Indicative minimum training time

5 scans for rule in DVT

Further 5 scans (10 legs)

1 month from 1st supervised scan

Core pathologies to be achieved

DVT

Minimum 5 supervised or mentored (depending on trainee experience) US guided peripheral vascular cannulation

 

For more detail on the theory of DVT and peripheral vascular imaging, including images and teaching videos please see famus.org.uk.

 

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