"These lectures are designed to increase knowledge, skills and enhance practice performance for practitioners to ensure optimal care for those patients with the disease."
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) May 14, 2010
May 10, 2010 – Venous disease is a potentially crippling condition that affects 15% of the adult population. A series of video lectures demonstrating current treatment options as well as new techniques for venous disease are available online for health care professionals and nurses.
Renowned specialist Dr. Ronald Bush, MD, FACS, is making the lectures available through his website bushvenouslectures.com for $199 per course (plus a $30 processing/certificate fee). Lectures are accredited through the University of Toledo, are AMA approved and offer a certificate of attendance for nurses.
The Bush Venous Lectures will examine a broad range of topics on venous disease. These include detailed instruction in basic techniques, introduction to unusual clinical presentations, enhancing ability to effectively treat venous ulcers based on hemodynamic principles, increasing proficiency in use of ultrasound and ultrasound guided sclerotherapy, and integrating non-surgical and surgical techniques in treatment.
"These lectures are designed to increase knowledge, skills and enhance practice performance for practitioners to ensure optimal care for those patients with the disease," said Dr. Bush, who is founder and medical coordinator for Vein Affiliates, a national group of surgeons specializing in venous disease.
Dr. Bush has devoted the past 15 years of his practice solely to the treatment of the disease. Dr. Bush and his staff have performed more than 6,000 venous surgeries and thermal ablations in the office setting and many of the new procedures now performed in the ambulatory treatment of varicose veins have originated in part from his clinical studies.
Dr. Bush is Board certified in thoracic surgery and general vascular surgery and is a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons.
Interested physicians and nurses can register online and view a sample video.
For more information visit the website at http://www.bushvenouslectures.com or contact Peggy Bush, Advance Practice Nurse (APN) at pbush(at)bushvenouslectures(dot)com.