The Society for Vascular Surgery Patient Safety Organization and The American Heart Association Introduce New Vascular Medicine Registry for the Vascular Quality Initiative

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Chicago, IL/Oakbrook Terrace, IL – The Society for Vascular Surgery Patient Safety Organization® (SVS PSO), in collaboration with The American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, is excited to introduce the Vascular Medicine Registry (VMR) for the Vascular Quality Initiative (VQI)….Read More

VQI Annual Meeting – UPDATE – PLEASE READ

UPDATE – PLEASE READ

SVS PSO is receiving many inquiries regarding VQI Annual Meeting in Toronto and appreciates all the communications from members and update notices regarding institutional and workplace travel bans.

Based on information known today, the VQI Annual Meeting will take place as planned June 16-17, 2020, in Toronto, Ontario,…Read More

UPDATE: VQI Annual Meeting Set to Take Place as Planned

SVS PSO is receiving many inquiries regarding VQI Annual Meeting in Toronto and appreciates all the communications from members and update notices regarding institutional and workplace travel bans.

Based on information known today, the VQI Annual Meeting will take place as planned June 16-17, 2020, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Read More

VQI@VAM 2020 – Registration is Open!

VQI@VAM 2020 – Registration is now OPEN!

The registration fee for VQI@VAM will be $295. Registrants will have two options: 1- Start a New SVS Registration or 2- Start a Ticket ONLY Registration. Full conference registration allows you to choose sessions to attend during VQI@VAM, in addition to choosing sessions held during VAM. Use…Read More

SVS PSO Surveillance of Paclitaxel Mortality

Society for Vascular Surgery Patient Safety Organization Surveillance of Paclitaxel Mortality in the Vascular Quality InitiativeAuthors: Daniel Bertges, MD, Jens Eldrup-Jorgensen, MD, Fred Resnic, MD, et.al.

In December, 2018, a meta-analysis of randomized trials of paclitaxel devices for the treatment of femoral-popliteal disease…Read More