VSASM 2019: SVT president emphasises importance of collaboration with vascular surgeons

Dominic Foy (Bournemouth, UK), President of the SVT (Society for Vascular Technology of Great Britain & Ireland), talks to BLearning at VSASM 2019 (Vascular Societies’ Annual Scientific Meeting; 27–29 November, Manchester, UK) about the role of the SVT and its aims to promote the use of safe, non-invasive techniques for looking at blood flow in arteries and veins. He emphasises the importance of working closely with vascular surgeons, adding that “when we do, we get the best results”.

Foy concludes that although there appears to be great potential for 3D ultrasound imaging, it remains to be seen if it will find widespread use.

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Foy, Dominic

Dominic Foy is President of the Society for Vascular Technology of Great Britain & Ireland as well as Principal Medical Physicist at Royal Bournemouth Hospital in the UK.

Foy graduated with a BSc in Pure & Applied Physics from the University of Salford in 1983 and received his MSc in Advanced Vascular Ultrasound in 2009 from King's College London.

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