ClariVein

Occlusion of incompetent veins

This unique procedural module provides the trainee with the opportunity to practice key steps of the occlusion of incompetent veins in patients with superficial venous reflux with the ClariVein®OC specialty infusion catheter. 

The module provides a comprehensive educational solution including interactive step-by-step procedural guidance, anatomy identification, video-based curriculum and comprehensive performance reports.

Course Objectives

The purpose of this education program is to facilitate the discussion on chronic venous insufficiency with a special focus on endovascular approaches. Discussion will include review of the different techniques and tools for specific cases, with a special focus on MOCA (mechanical occlusion chemically assisted).

Educational Objectives

  • Understand technical challenges of treating chronic venous insufficiency
  • Understand how the MOCA technique offers an alternative to challenging patient cases

Educational Methods

  • Live operative case observation
  • Didactic lectures and discussion with question and answer sessions
  • Hands-on facilities (Demo kit)

Duration

2 hours

Program Details

Welcome & Review of Objectives

Anatomy & Physiology

  • The History of Venous Disease
  • Disease Prevalence
  • Risk Factors
  • Clinical Presentation
  • The Venous Insufficiency Patient
  • Doppler: Normal vs. Abnormal
  • CEAP Classifications
  • Anatomy
  • Conservative Management

ClariVein Family of Infusion Catheters

Hands on Procedural Training

  • Live Scanning Demonstratio
  • How to Access
  • Procedural Steps

Ultrasound Scanning

Published Clinical Evidence

Wrap Up

Commonly Used Techniques for Treating Disease of the Peripheral Vasculature

Common Procedure Room Practices

Table Set-up

Tubes

Troubleshooting