Vascular Disease of the Lower Extremity: A Primer for Community-Based Clinicians
Thursday May 10 11:25am to 12:25pm Location: Lecture Hall 2 Credits: 1 Mainpro+
This presentation will highlight the clinical assessment and diagnosis of lower extremity vascular disease, specifically Peripheral Arterial Disease and Chronic Venous Insufficiency. Keys to differentiating ulcer etiology, and management strategies will also be discussed.
Important clinical findings in lower extremity vascular disease.
Clinic-based interventions for vascular wounds.
Clinical features necessitating urgent Vascular Surgery consultation.
Kerry Graybiel MD, FRCSC, RPVI Dr. Kerry Graybiel obtained a Bachelor of Health Sciences degree from McMaster University, after which he pursued medical education at Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. He went on to complete residency training in General Surgery, followed by a fellowship in Vascular Surgery at McMaster University. He is currently the Chief of Vascular Surgery at Humber River Hospital in Toronto.