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Society for Vascular Medicine (SVM) 24th Annual Scientific Sessions 2013

  1. 1. 24 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONSS O C I E T Y F O R V A S C U L A R June 13-15, 2013 InterContinental Cleveland Hotel M E D I C I N E Cleveland, Ohio, USA Preliminary Program www.vascularmed.org Register by March 28 and SAVE! Deadlines: March 28 Early Registration Discount Deadline May 16 This meeting is jointly sponsored by the Hotel Reservation Colorado Foundation for Medical Care Discount Deadline and The Society For Vascular Medicine May 23 Preregistration Deadline
  2. 2. Welcome to the SVM Annual MeetingThe Society for Vascular Medicine’s 2013 Annual Meeting is the premier multidisciplinary educationalevent in vascular medicine. The meeting provides needed education and training through:• cientific Sessions that provide updates on current trends in vascular medicine, information on S clinical trials and new treatment options for managing vascular disease.• ands-on Workshops addressing the diagnosis and treatment of vascular diseases. Topics include H non-invasive diagnostic modalities, wound care and demonstrations of OCT, carotid IMT and FMD.• VM in the Vascular Laboratory 2013: Evaluating the Horses; Recognizing the Zebras. S Topics to be covered include cerebrovascular testing, peripheral arterial testing, abdominal aorta and visceral testing, venous testing and updates on the vascular lab.The SVM Annual Meeting exposes the vascular practitioner to the discoveries and trends inpharmacotherapy for preventing adverse vascular events; vascular and molecular imaging; endovascularintervention and devices; pathobiology of vascular diseases; and the management of the associatedmedical disorders of metabolism and coagulation.About SVM SVM is a community of vascularThe Society for Vascular Medicine is dedicated toimproving the recognition and care of vascular diseases; clinicians who believe in thefostering education and research in vascular medicine; benefits of multidisciplinaryand providing leadership to government, industry andthe profession regarding issues related to vascular discussion of critical evolvinghealth. SVM includes among its membership the majorinvestigators and opinion leaders in vascular medicine. issues in vascular medicine.The field of vascular medicine encompasses a broadspectrum of arterial, venous and lymphatic disorders, aswell as the associated medical disorders of hypertension,hyperlipidemia, insulin resistance and diabetes mellitus.This diversity and complexity of vascular diseases requiresknowledgeable practitioners of vascular medicine toprovide cost-effective care. Connect with SVM #SVM2013www.vascularmed.org 2 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH 24 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
  3. 3. Continuing Disclaimer: These materials and all other materials provided in conjunction with CME activities areMedical intended solely for purposes of supplementing CME programs for qualified health care professionals. AnyoneEducation using the materials assumes full responsibility and all risk for their appropriate use. Colorado Foundation for Medical Care and the Society for Vascular MedicineThis activity has been planned and implemented in make no warranties or representations whatsoeveraccordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the regarding the accuracy, completeness, currentness,Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education noninfringement, merchantability or fitness for a(ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the Colorado particular purpose of the materials. In no event willFoundation for Medical Care (CFMC) and SVM. CFMC Colorado Foundation for Medical Care or the Society for Vascular Medicine be liable to anyone for any decisionis accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing made or action taken in reliance on the materials. In nomedical education for physicians. event should the information in the materials be used as a substitute for professional care.Colorado Foundation for Medical Care designates this LiveActivity for a maximum of 19.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate withthe extent of their participation in the activity.CME credit is also available to physician assistants, Learning Objectivesnurse practitioners and doctors of osteopathy. CME Scientific Sessionshours may also be used for RVT and RVS credentials. As a result of attending these sessions, the participant will be able to:Disclosure • escribe new developments regarding vascular DCFMC and Course Director, Dr. James Froehlich, MD, disease in medical therapy, intervention andMPH, FSVM, and SVM ask all individuals involved management.in the development and presentation of continuingmedical education (CME) activities to disclose all • dentify issues and developments in diagnosing and Irelationships with commercial interests. Disclosures treating arterial diseases.will be published in the conference program. • ntegrate and interpret aspects of interesting cases I and new research.Program Overview • Demonstrate techniques in wound care andVascular diseases represent the single most important discuss steps in carotid IMT and other tests.cause of death and disability in the United Statesand will remain so for the decades ahead. SVM’s Vascular Lab Practicemeetings provide an important arena to help health • emonstrate interpretation skills for diagnosis Dcare providers maintain their focus on tangible of internal carotid artery stenosis using duplexcardiovascular health threats. ultrasound. • emonstrate interpretation skills for diagnosis DAn essential component of every year’s meeting of acute venous thrombosis and venous valvularis to feature internationally recognized clinician- incompetency using duplex ultrasound.investigators, clinician educators and renownedvascular scientists to keep attendees abreast of the • pply physiological testing to the diagnosis of PAD, Aissues that impact their patients, their practice and assessment of critical limb ischemia, and follow-uptheir livelihood. after intervention. • eview factors associated with ergonomic injury RThis educational activity is supported by an among personnel who work in the vascular laboratory.unrestricted educational grant from American Board ofVascular Medicine and JUZO.www.vascularmed.org 3 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH 24 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
  4. 4. Who Should Attend? Become an SVM Member and SavePhysicians and others who practice vascular medicine on Your Meeting Registrationor have a special interest in vascular disease or SVM membership is on an individual basis.research therein. This includes: To qualify for the member registration rate, theCardiologists Residents registrant must have completed and submitted aRadiation technologists Sonographers complete application for membership by April 1, 2013.Clinicians Nurse practitioners To become a member, visit the SVM Website atRadiologists Surgeons www.vascularmed.org/join.Fellows-in-training Nurses/advanced practiceRegistered cardiovascular nurses invasive specialists Vascular medicineGraduate students specialistsInternistsRegistered vascular Physicians Physician assistants www.vascularmed.org technologists PharmacistsInterventional radiologists Others with an interest inMedical education vascular medicine specialistsNew at the Annual Scientific Sessions for 2013The SVM Annual Scientific Sessions is the place to Celebrating Innovation in Vascular Medicinebe to talk with and learn from the leaders in vascular Showcase Call for Innovators: SVM will celebratemedicine. And now, SVM is inviting you to bring the our members’ unique talents during the Celebratingtopic that’s most important to YOU! There are four Innovation in Vascular Medicine Showcase on Friday, Juneopportunities: 14, 2013. The vascular medicine innovator and industry partner will discuss how the idea came about and theCall for Senior Investigators: Senior Investigators process of bringing the product to market. Don’t missare encouraged to submit abstracts for a new Senior this opportunity to hear how others have done it andInvestigator portion of the poster session. The abstract how you can do it, too!should indicate where your research is going and howyou have guided it: in other words, tell your career First-ever Maintenance of Certification Offeringstory. It should also present and discuss your research In addition to the CME offered during the meeting, theas a whole — an overview. “Where I’ve been and where American Board of Internal Medicine and SVM areI’m going.” working together to provide relevant opportunities for physicians to update and maintain their knowledge andCall for Member Lecture: For the topic that’s near performance in practice and improve patient care whileand dear to your heart, but missing from the agenda, earning Maintenance of Certification Credit. Takehere’s the chance to give a 13-minute presentation on advantage of this morning session with top trainers.the topic of your choice during the Scientific Sessions onThursday, June 13, 2013. The subject must be of interest For more information on these opportunities go to theto an audience of vascular medicine practitioners. SVM website, www.vascularmed.org.www.vascularmed.org 4 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH 24 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
  5. 5. Schedule At-a-glanceScientific Sessions 3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Exhibits and Break 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. Poster PresentationsWednesday, June 12 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Women in Vascular Medicine Reception4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Registration 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Cases Over CocktailsNoon – 4:30 p.m. Board of Trustees Meeting5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Journal Editorial Board Friday, June 14Thursday, June 13 6:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration6:45 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Exhibits and Continental Breakfast 6:45 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Annual Business Meeting Breakfast6:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Poster Viewing7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Poster Viewing 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Exhibits and Continental Breakfast8:00 a.m. – 8:05 a.m. Welcome to the 2013 Annual Meeting 8:30 a.m. – 9:20 a.m. Session 7: Joint Session with Vascular 8:05 a.m. – 9:05 a.m. S ession 1: I nterVentional Advances (VIVA): Vascular Medicine Year in Review Technology Forum Venous disease 9:20 a.m. – 9:35 a.m. Session 8: Endovascular Award Presentations: PAD J ess Young Award, Master of SVM, Jay Health care reform: Accountable care D. Coffman Young Investigator Awards organizations and vascular disease 9:35 a.m. – 10:35 a.m. Session 9: 9:05 a.m. – 9:35 a.m. Session 2: N ovel and Emerging Treatments for Vascular/Cardiac Devices Vascular Disease9:35 a.m. – 10:05 a.m. Exhibits and Break Endovascular treatment for erectile10:05 a.m. – 11:05 a.m. Session 3: dysfunction Dianna Milewicz, MD, PhD Endovascular treatment of Insights into the genetic basis of infrapopliteal PAD aortic disease and aortic dissection Renal denervation for resistant hypertension11:05 a.m. – 11:35 a.m. Presidential Address: Endovascular therapy for thoracic aortic Joshua A. Beckman, MD, MS, FSVM aneurysms11:35 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Session 4: 10:35 a.m. – 11:05 a.m. Exhibits and Break J ay D. Coffman Young Investigator Presentations Luncheon 11:05 a.m. – 12:05 p.m. ession 10: S Exploring the Uncertainties of 1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. S ession 5: Venous Disease Novel Anticoagulants and Antithrombotics Understanding the molecular biology of acute venous thrombosis PE/DVT Advanced imaging for venous disease Measuring and reversing NOACs Controversies in the management of Atrial fibrillation acute venous disease2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. Session 6: Evolving treatment paradigms for Intriguing Topics in Vascular Medicine chronic venous disease Median arcuate ligament syndrome 12:15 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. Session 11: Segmental arterial mediolysis, Vascular Jeopardy and lunch visceral aneurysms Connective tissue disorders, Marfan and related connective tissue disorders The Members Lecturewww.vascularmed.org 5 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS 24
  6. 6. Schedule At-a-glanceFriday, June 14 (cont.) Assessment of the arterial microcirculation in the vascular2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. S ession 12: laboratory: Why and how Exercise and PAD: New approaches for Zebras from my lab: Upper and lower intervention and outcome assessment extremity arterial disease Update on assessment of functional 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Refreshment Break outcomes and health-related quality 10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. ession 3: S of life in PAD after exercise training Abdominal Aorta and Visceral Testing Objective functional assessment: Is it time to expand our methods? Duplex ultrasound evaluation for renal Supervised exercise training programs and mesenteric artery stenosis: for PAD: The CLEVER experience A case-based review The impact of exercise on muscle Evaluation of aortic endografts in the energetics vascular lab Affiliate modalities of exercise training Zebras from my lab: Abdominal for PAD patients — One size may duplex cases not fit all 11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Session 4: 3:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. S ession 13: Vascular Lab Management Updates Workshops Injecting business sense and common Workshop: Wound Care sense into the vascular lab: A few Workshop: Lymphedema practical pearls from an MD, MBA, RPVI Workshop: Appoach to the Patient with What’s new from IAC (formerly ICAVL) Varicose Veins The top five coding and reimbursement Workshop: Thrombin Injection of mistakes I see vascular labs (almost) Pseudoaneurysm make Marsha Neumyer, BS, RVT,5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Celebrating Innovation in Vascular The 21st Century Ergonomic Crisis: Medicine Showcase What vascular technologists and their reading physicians must know 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Lunch in Ultrasound Exhibit Hall: Live scanning (with Cleveland Clinic vascularSaturday, June 15 technologists) and “ask the faculty” table7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 1:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. Session 5: 7:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Registration Venous Testing8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. S VM in the Vascular Laboratory 2013: Basics of duplex evaluation of the lower Evaluating the Horses; Recognizing extremities for venous thrombosis the Zebras Off-hours venous testing — Who is8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Session 1: doing it? Should we be doing it? Cerebrovascular Testing Incorporating physiological testing into your venous disease program Basics of carotid ultrasound for Duplex evaluation of the lower diagnosis of ICA stenosis extremities for valvular incompetence: Fundamentals of transcranial Doppler A 15-minute guided tour of the Manifestations of cardiac disease venous system on the carotid duplex ultrasound Assessing success and EHIT after examination venous ablation Zebras from my lab: Carotid cases Dialysis access assessment: Stenosis,9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Session 2: volume flow and steal Peripheral Arterial Testing Zebras from my lab: Venous disease Fundamentals of arterial testing for the 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) evaluation of PAD Learning Session Evaluation of lower extremity stents 3:30 p.m. Meeting Adjourns and bypass grafts in the vascular labwww.vascularmed.org 6 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS 24
  7. 7. Confirmed Invited SpeakersGary M. Ansel, MD, FSVM, Mid Ohio Cardiology and Vascular Lucy LaPerna, DO, RVT, RPVI, FSVM, Riverside InterventionalConsultants ConsultantsHerbert D. Aronow, MD, MPH, FSVM, St. Joseph Mercy Peter P. Liu, MD, Canadian Institutes of HealthHospital – Michigan Heart Division David L. Longworth, MD, The Cleveland Clinic FoundationJoshua A. Beckman, MD, MS, FSVM, Brigham Women’s Hospital Sean Lyden, MD, The Cleveland Clinic FoundationPhilip J. Bendick, PhD, RVT, Beaumont Health System Robert D. McBane, MD, FSVM, Mayo ClinicUlf G. Bronas, PhD, FSVM, University of Minnesota Mary M. McDermott, MD, FSVM, Northwestern UniversityTeresa L. Carman, MD, FSVM, University Hospitals Dianna Milewicz, MD, PhD, University of Texas Health SciencesCase Medical Center Center at HoustonAna I. Casanegra, MD, FSVM, University of Oklahoma Health Marsha M. Neumyer, BS, RVT, The ClevelandSciences Center Clinic FoundationMichael Dorsch, PharmD, MS, BCPS, University of Michigan Jeffrey W. Olin, DO, MSVM, Mount Sinai School of MedicineHealth System and College of Pharmacy Reena L. Pande, MD, FSVM, Brigham Women’s HospitalRobert T. Eberhardt, MD, FSVM, Boston UniversitySchool of Medicine Gregory Piazza, MD, Brigham Women’s HospitalNatalia Fendrikova Mahlay, MD, The Cleveland Clinic Larry Raber, RVT, RDMS, RT, The Cleveland Clinic FoundationJames B. Froehlich, MD, MPH, FSVM, University of Michigan Judith G. Regensteiner, PhD, FSVM, UC Denver School ofMedical School Medicine-General Internal MedicineMarie D. Gerhard-Herman, MD, FSVM, Brigham Women’s Thom W. Rooke, MD, FSVM, Mayo ClinicHospital Eric E. Roselli, MD, The Cleveland ClinicSamuel Z. Goldhaber, MD, FSVM, Brigham Women’s Hospital Maya J. Salameh, MD, Johns Hopkins UniversityHeather L. Gornik, MD, FSVM, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Bhagwan Satiani, MD, MBA, RPVI, Ohio StateMarge Hutchisson, RVT, RDCS, Intersocietal Accreditation University Medical CenterCommission (IAC) Robert M. Schainfeld, DO, FSVM, MassachusettsMichael R. Jaff, DO, MSVM, Massachusetts General Hospital General HospitalDouglas E. Joseph, DO, FSVM, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Mehdi Shishehbor, DO, MPH, The Cleveland ClinicEsther Soo Hyun Kim, MD, MPH, FSVM, The Cleveland Clinic Rita E. Shugart, RN, RVT, Shugart ConsultingFoundation Piotr S. Sobieszczyk, MD, FSVM, Brigham Women’s HospitalScott Kinlay, MBBS, PhD, FSVM, Brigham Women’s Hospitaland VA Boston Healthcare System Diane J. Treat-Jacobson, PhD, RN, FSVM, University of MinnesotaRaghu Kolluri, MD, RVT, FSVM, Prairie Vascular Institute Thomas W. Wakefield, MD, University of MichiganChristopher M. Kramer, MD, University of VirginiaHealth System Paul W. Wennberg, MD, FSVM, Mayo ClinicSteven A. Leers, MD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Centerwww.vascularmed.org 7 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS 24
  8. 8. General informationInterContinental ParkingCleveland Hotel Valet parking is available on a 24-hour basis at the InterContinental Cleveland Hotel for $24 per day withThe InterContinental Cleveland Hotel, located on the in and out privileges.campus of the Cleveland Clinic, will be the site of allannual meeting activities. It is located at 9801 CarnegieAve., Cleveland, Ohio 44106. Americans with Disability Act SVM complies with the legal requirements of theReserve your room online at www.vascularmed.org/ Americans with Disabilities Act and the rules andannual_meeting/travel.cfm or call the hotel at regulations thereof. Notify SVM of any special needs on+1-216-707-4100 or toll free at +1-888-424-6835 the registration form.and mention that you are an SVM attendee to receivethe special conference group rate of $179 single/double Foreign Visasoccupancy, plus applicable taxes. Travelers coming from qualified countries to the UnitedDiscounted rooms are sold on a first-come, first-served States for tourism or business for 90 days or less maybasis and discounted room rates apply only to SVM be eligible to visit the United States without a visa.attendee reservations received before May 13, 2013, as Currently, 34 countries participate in the Visa Waiverlong as rooms are still available in the SVM room block. Program (VWP). Visitors entering on the VWP cannotMake your hotel reservations early! work nor study while in the United States and cannot stay longer than 90 days or change their status toIf you need a handicapped-accessible room, make this another category. Visitors entering on the VWP mustrequest in advance. have machine-readable passports. Travelers without machine-readable passports will need to apply for aGround Transportation visa to enter the United States. Applicants for visitor visas should generally apply at the American embassyFrom the Hopkins International Airport (CLE), the or consulate with jurisdiction over their place ofInterContinental Cleveland Hotel is located 16 miles permanent residence. Though visa applicants maynortheast of the airport — approximately a 30-minute apply at any U.S. consular office abroad, it may bedrive. The InterContinental Cleveland Hotel is easily more difficult to qualify for the visa outside the countryaccessed by interstate highways by car, shuttle buses, of permanent residence. For additional informationpublic transportation or taxi. Cab fare is approximately regarding obtaining a visa, visit the U.S. government$38 one way. Web site at http://travel.state.gov/visa/visa_1750.html.Travelers may also obtain information at the Ground Travelers entering the United States from all countriesTransportation Information Counter located at baggage (including Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean) mustclaim (ground level) of the Main Terminal at the present a passport.Hopkins International Airport. Counter hours are7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.www.vascularmed.org 8 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH 24 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
  9. 9. General informationSupport opportunities Secure Your Exhibit Space TodayShow Your Leadership in Vascular Medicine: Vendors and service providers — the SVM AnnualSupport the SVM Meeting Meeting is your opportunity to meet with vascular medicine professionals from various disciplines —Becoming a supporter of the 2013 SVM Annual and all under one roof. Contacting new prospects,Meeting not only underscores your involvement in generating leads, introducing your presence in thethe vascular medicine field, it also helps SVM keep marketplace, sharpening your sales skills and thankingregistration fees low — allowing vascular medicine established customers are all reasons you shouldprofessionals from all backgrounds and skill levels exhibit at the 2013 SVM Annual Meeting. For detailsto attend. A wide range of support opportunities are and information about reserving exhibit space, visitavailable. For details, visit www.vascularmed.org, www.vascularmed.org, email ksantos@vascularmed.call Kim Santos at+1-847-480-2961, Ext. 277, or org or call Kim Santos at +1-847-480-2961, Ext. 277.email ksantos@vascularmed.org. Look for these companies in the SVM ExhibitSVM appreciates the support provided Hall during the 2013 annual meeting:through educational grants from the DJO Globalfollowing companies: Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC)American Board of Vascular Medicine JUZOJUZO Tactile Systems Technology, Inc. New! SVM in the Vascular Laboratory 2013 Exhibit Hall – Saturday, June 15 SVM in the Vascular Laboratory was so successful in 2012 that we’re bringing it back this year! This year, we are inviting ultrasound and physiological testing vendors to participate in this unique educational event that focuses exclusively on vascular testing for an audience that’s highly motivated to attend! Be a part of this workshop that focuses on YOUR market and be available to answer their questions and teach them how to implement what they’re learning when they return to their practice. Questions? Society for Vascular Medicine Price: $500 to exhibit on Saturday only 111 Deer Lake Road, Suite 100 Deerfield, IL 60015 USA Reserve Your Space Today Tel: +1-847-480-2961 Contact Kim Santos Fax: +1-847-480-9282 Phone: +1-847-480-2961, Ext. 277 Email: info@vascularmed.org Fax: +1-847-480-9282 www.vascularmed.org Email: ksantos@vascularmed.orgwww.vascularmed.org 9 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH 24 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
  10. 10. Registration informationMeeting Registration Students, Fellows-in-training,Registration for the 2013 SVM Annual Meeting is SVM Associate Membersopen to SVM members and nonmembers, including Students, fellows-in-training and SVM Associateapplicants for membership and anyone with an members are individuals who are in an accreditedinterest in vascular medicine. Registration fees include postgraduate training program. A letter from youradmission to educational sessions, poster sessions, training director is required with your registration.exhibit hall, continental breakfasts, refreshment breaks,luncheons, the Celebrating Innovation in VascularMedicine Showcase and access to presentation slides. Payment Confirmation After your registration is processed, you will receiveCelebrating Innovation in a confirmation letter via email. Keep a copy of the registration form for your records. Due to registrationVascular Medicine Showcase and payment-processing time, we are unable to confirmThe Celebrating Innovation in Vascular Medicine your registration until two weeks after it is submitted.Showcase is included in the registration fee for the SVMAnnual Meeting. If you would like to bring a guest, the Caution: If you submit your registration form more thancost is $40. once, it may result in a duplicate charge on your credit card. Send your registration using only one method of payment. Faxed registration forms that do not containSVM in the Vascular Laboratory credit card information do not qualify as an early paid2013: Evaluating the Horses; registration. Telephone registrations are not accepted.Recognizing the ZebrasRegistration for SVM in the Vascular Laboratory Cancellation Policy2013 is included in the SVM Annual Meeting Notification of cancellation must be submitted inregistration fee. To register for the SVM in the writing via email, fax or postal mail. CancellationsVascular Laboratory 2013 only, the fee is $150 for received by May 23, 2013, will be subject to a $100doctors and $95 for non-doctors. cancellation charge. No refunds will be given after May 23, 2013. Substitutions are allowed at any time, butSaturday ABIM Maintenance must be submitted in writing via email, fax or postal mail and must be of the same membership status.of Certification (MOC)Learning SessionIf you wish to attend the joint American Board ofInternal Medicine/SVM Maintenance of CertificationLearning Session, there is an additional charge of $75if you are attending the full SVM Annual Meeting. Ifyou wish to attend the MOC Learning Session withoutattending the full meeting, SVM members pay $125 andnonmembers pay $175.www.vascularmed.org 10 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH 24 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS
  11. 11. Registration informationRegistrationRegister On or Before March 28 and SAVE! After May 23 and Onsite Your payment must be received by May 23 toYour payment must be received by March 28 to qualify preregister. After May 23, you must register atfor the early registration fee. Faxed registration forms the meeting.that do not contain credit card information do notqualify as an early paid registration.Full Meeting: Scientific Sessions and SVM in Full Meeting: Scientific Sessions and SVM inthe Vascular Laboratory 2013 the Vascular Laboratory 2013SVM Members (Doctor, Fellow, Senior) $500 SVM Members (Doctor, Fellow, Senior) $600SVM Members (Associate, Advanced SVM Members (Associate, AdvancedPractitioner, Vascular Care Team) $225 Practitioner, Vascular Care Team) $325SVM Nonmembers (Doctor) $750 SVM Nonmembers (Doctor) $850SVM Nonmembers (Advanced Practitioners, SVM Nonmembers (Advanced Practitioners,Vascular Care Team and Students) $275 Vascular Care Team and Students) $375Saturday only eventsSVM in the Vascular Laboratory 2013 ONLY *ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Learning Session ONLYSVM Doctor Members Nonmembers $150SVM Non-Doctor Members Nonmembers $95 With Full Meeting Registration, SVM Members Nonmembers $75 Without Full Meeting Registration, SVM Members $125 Without Full Meeting Registration, SVM Nonmembers $175 *Runs concurrently with Vascular Laboratory 2013. Connect with SVM The SVM Twenty-Fourth Annual Scientific Sessions — the premier #SVM2013 multidisciplinary educational event in vascular medicine Society for Vascular Medicinewww.vascularmed.org 11 SVM TWENTY-FOURTH 24 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS

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