Welcome to the SVU CME Course Catalog!

Below, you can access CME tests in three formats:

  • Articles from our  Journal for Vascular Ultrasound,
  • On-demand webinars (recordings of our live webinars)
  • Pre-recorded webcasts

SVU members receive FREE access to over 40 hours of CME Credit.

Non-members also have access to all CME tests, but must pay the associated fee. Fees vary depending on number of credits and format type, and are listed within each item description.

If you are not an SVU member and plan on taking more than a handful of tests, it is usually more cost-effective to join SVU than to purchase tests a la carte.

NOTE: For each format, you will find two types of CME Credits available:

  • SVU-CME Credits (for sonographers, technologists, and other allied health professionals)
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ (for physicians, residents and fellows)
Why two versions?

In short, the American Medical Association (AMA) has specific standards for CME Credits earned by physicians. While the AMA and SVU-CME versions of tests look similar, SVU is required to keep track of AMA Credits earned through SVU, which is why there are different versions for sonographers and physicians.

The standards for SVU-CME are set by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

To find the version that’s right for you, select “For Sonographers” or “For Physicians” from the “Intended Audience” dropdown menu on the left.
Detailed instructions on how to access your CME tests after purchase can be found here.

Type/Format

Course Topics

Intended Audience

Credit Hours

June 2021 JVU – All Articles & Tests

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June 2021 JVU – All Articles & AMA Tests

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June 2021 (Vol. 45, Issue 2) | A Review of Current Noninvasive Imaging Surveillance Practices for Deep Venous Arterialization Procedures | AMA JVU 452-59

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June 2021 (Vol. 45, Issue 2) | Glomus Tumor of the Thigh | AMA JVU 452-76

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June 2021 (Vol. 45, Issue 2) | Exercise Stress Testing as a Necessary Adjunct to Normal Lower Extremity Noninvasive Arterial Testing: A Case Report | AMA JVU 452-67

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June 2021 (Vol. 45, Issue 2) | High Grade Stenosis of a Traumatic Brachiocephalic Pseudoaneurysm and the Change in Cerebral Blood Flow Assessed with Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound | AMA JVU 452-71

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June 2021 (Vol. 45, Issue 2) | Sonographic Evaluation of a Perpetual Penetrating Retained Wood Splinter, Ulnar Artery Occlusion and Soft Tissue Swelling in the Left Arm | AMA JVU 452-79

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June 2021 (Vol. 45, Issue 2) | An Affordable and Easy Recreated Ultrasound Phantom for Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT) | AMA JVU 452-64

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June 2021 (Vol. 45, Issue 2) | Sonographic Evaluation of a Perpetual Penetrating Retained Wood Splinter, Ulnar Artery Occlusion and Soft Tissue Swelling in the Left Arm |JVU 452-79

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June 2021 (Vol. 45, Issue 2) | High Grade Stenosis of a Traumatic Brachiocephalic Pseudoaneurysm and the Change in Cerebral Blood Flow Assessed with Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound | JVU 452-71

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SVU is always looking for webinar presenters!


Increase your exposure in the vascular ultrasound field and help educate your peers! Become a presenter today!