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venous images

upper/lower venous

erythemia, pain, and palpable subcutaneous cord are symptoms of DVT or thrombophlebitis thrombophlebitis
T/F Flow in the calf is Not spontaneous True
noncompressible FV at the adductor canal may be due to depth of vessel and adjacent femur
which veins should you scan if a cont nonphasic waveform was detected in the CFV Iliac Veins
shallow breathers, lying supine, arms raised, spinal cord injury, proximal dvt can all affect the waveform in the legs yes- may not give a resp phascicty waveform
all upper ext veins demonstrate pulsatility with resp phasicity
Retrograde flow in the IJV/ EJV suggests obstruction where innominate vein
When evaluating the PICC lines orient the transducer__ to the cath perpendicular
what vessels makes up the Mickey Mouse sign GSV, CFV, SFA
T/F Color Doppler in the leg is best for the proximal veins False- CD is best for distal Fv, pop vn, and calf vns. Spectra doppler is best for prox vns
What is "effort thrombosis" Paget- Schroetter Syndrome
T/F When scanning the lower ext, place the patient in a supine postion. False- supine for upper ext, semi fowlers or reverse trendelenburg for lower ext
Reverberation Artifact is often seen in the IJV
T/F Augmentation is NOT useful for the detection of DVT True- useful for calf flow evaluation and for reflux assessment (vn insufficiency)
differential diagnose for calf pain include popliteal cyst, intramuscular hematoma, lymphedema, cellulitis, abscess
augmentation of the calf determins.. competency of the valves
What are the abnormal reflux times in location to the deep, superficial, & perforators? deep veins> 1sec, GSV/SSV> 0.5sec, perforating vns> 0.35sec
what position should the patient be in when scanning the preforators? sitting w legs dependent off the bed
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