• Understand the underlying pathophysiology of superficial venous disease and the principles behind its management.
• Familiarize participants with the technical aspects, advantages, and disadvantages of thermal and glue ablation.
• Enable hands-on practice and assessment of equipment used for both thermal and glue ablation techniques.
• Analyse the patient selection criteria, procedural precautions, and post-procedure care.
• Review potential complications associated with both techniques and strategies to manage them.
• Offer a foundational understanding of the principles behind ultrasound imaging and the significance of duplex scanning in venous disease.
• Provide hands-on training for participants to proficiently perform and interpret duplex ultrasound scans of the lower limb venous system.
• Review normal and pathological findings, emphasizing differential diagnosis and severity grading.
• Emphasize the importance of duplex ultrasound in pre-operative planning and post-operative surveillance.
• Discuss the role of ultrasound in guiding interventional procedures and its utility in complication management.