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Thank You to All the Members Who Submitted Abstracts and Posters in 2018

Details for 2019 Submission Will be Posted Summer 2018 

Abstract Guidelines

Abstracts must be original. You may not submit an abstract that previously submitted to another meeting or presented at another conference.

Character Limit
There is a limit of 2,200 characters for the text of your abstract body. The character count does not include your title, authors, or references. The character count does include spaces.

Authors
For the submitted abstract to be eligible, a technologist must be the first author.

Educational Abstracts
Intended to highlight a technique, concept, project, or subject. Examples include review of a topic, "how-to" demonstrations and pictorial essays.
The abstract must be formatted into the following sections: 1.) Learning Objectives, 2.) Background, 3.) Clinical Findings / Details, 4.) Conclusion or Teaching Points

Original Scientific Abstracts
Material suitable for scientific presentation may include both laboratory and clinical investigations that review hypothesis driven research. In general, original research, important new observations that represent substantial work with demonstrable results are appropriate for scientific abstracts.
The abstract must be formatted into the following sections: 1.) Purpose, 2.) Materials and Methods, 3.) Results, 4.) Conclusions

   

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT BELOW 

Questions?!

Email: Kristen Welch, RT, R, VI, FAVIR or Katy Unferth, BSN, RN


 

Thank You to Everyone who Submitted Abstracts for Los Angeles

This was a great opportunity to discuss and collaborate with other professionals within our field.

Please stay tuned for details regarding 2019 abstracts and posters!

Congratulations to our winners:

Best Educational Poster: 
Erin Shields, University of 
Michigan 
Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS)- Guided Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filter Placement


Best Scientific Poster: 
Julie Orlando, Vascular Institute of Virginia
Geniculate Artery Embolization (GAE) for Osteoarthritis (OA)- Related Knee Pain: Interim Results from a Multicenter US Trial

  Please enjoy viewing our other 2018 submissions below

 

 


    

   

 

  
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