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DVT423-ABW1

Venous Insuffiency

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Venous Ulcers are normally found on the medial portion of the leg
True or False: IF the GSV is functioning as a major collateral, it is still okay to ablate it. False
The best patient position to do a venous reflux study is standing
If the patient is unable to valsalva you can use ______ instead proximal compressions
True or False: A vein with severe reflux will normally be very small False. They will normally be enlarged
An abnormal PPG Test would be with the recovery time < _________. 20 seconds
APG uses a "sensing" ______ cuff pneumatic
The Gold Standard to test for venous obstruction Contrast venography
The biggest limitation for contrast venography adverse effects of contrast
The appearance of arterial ulcers Deep, regular shapes (circles)
Normally, ______ ulcers are more painful than _______ ulcers. arterial, venous
Arterial ulcers are normally located tibial area, toes, bony areas
Reflux will show up ______ the baseline after distal augment above
Valsalva does what to venous flow? Halts all venous flow
Created by: awhitt3