This year, Cook Vista® is offering several different courses in which Cook’s liver access sets are the focal point. Both the Rösch-Uchida Transjugular Liver Access Set (RUPS) and the Ring Transjugular Intrahepatic Access Set (Ring) are used for transjugular liver access in diagnostic and interventional procedures.
“I want to learn more about using the Rösch-Uchida Transjugular Liver Access Set (RUPS).”
If you are already using the RUPS and would like to enhance your understanding of the set and increase your proficiency in shunt creation, enroll in Liver Access Techniques for TIPS Creation, taught in April and repeated in November by Dr. Matthew Johnson, IR. This course includes a didactic case presentation, a hands-on animal lab, and a human case observation. This course is set at an intermediate level of difficulty and is hosted in Indianapolis, IN. Click here for details.
“I would like to compare the RUPS and the Ring to see which one I like best.”
Enroll in Liver Access Techniques for TIPS Creation, taught by Dr. Kei Yamada, IR, and Dr. Stephen Citron, IR. This intermediate-level course focuses on the RUPS and the RING sets. After didactic case presentations, attendees get to use both sets during the animal lab. This course is held only once per year in October in Atlanta, GA. Click here to view more details and enroll.
“I want to increase my understanding and comfort level with access, shunt creation, subsequent interventions, and embolization.”
Discover Liver Access Techniques for TIPS Creation and Associated Embolization Procedures, taught in July and repeated in December by Dr. Stephen Kee, IR and Dr. Edward Lee, IR. In this advanced-level course, hosted in Los Angeles, CA, you will use the RUPS in a mock TIPS procedure and use Cook coils to embolize gastric veins in an animal lab. Click here to get more information and enroll.
If you are a resident or fellow, you may be interested in enrolling in the introductory level course taught by Dr. Arslan Bulant, IR; Dr. Hector Ferral, IR; and Dr. Christopher Molver, IR. This course, hosted in Chicago, IL, also focuses on using the RUPS and Cook embolization coils in an animal lab. Click here to enroll in the Chicago course.
Should your teaching institution wish to host the same or a similar course for your fellows and residents, email firstname.lastname@example.org.