SIR Virtual Angio Club: Case Submissions

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SIR Virtual Case Club SubmissionsThe SIR Virtual Angio Club was established for members to share interesting cases and learn from each other.  To submit a case for consideration, please review and complete the information below. 
Policies
  • Only current SIR members are eligible to submit.
  • Cases can be submitted by either providing an abstract or PowerPoint.
  • Acceptance notifications for presentation will be sent no less than 1 month prior to the scheduled webinar.  You will receive instructions on how to prepare your Powerpoint presentation.
  • All cases will be reviewed by the Virtual Angio Club Review Committee.  If your proposal is selected, you will be notified to prepare the case for presentation. 
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Option 1: Submit an Abstract
Use this section to inform the committee about your case.  You can either describe the case in this field or upload a Word document.  If you have a PowerPoint case to submit, go to the next section: Option 2: Submit a PowerPoint


Option 2: Submit a Power Point presentation- instructions and format
If you are uploading a presentation, please see the instructions below and then proceed to the next section to upload.  
  • Case must be saved in Microsoft PowerPoint format. The presentation should be between 6-10 minutes and the total number of slides should be 8-10 in total.
  • The title should be concise and describe the case to be reported.
  • The presenter information should only include: (a) Name(s) as full first name, middle initial and last name. Underline the name of the presenting author of the presentation.
  • The structure of the case must consist of the following components: (suggested number of slides are included)
  1. Title slide as noted above (1 slide)
  2. Initial patient presentation with brief history and exam findings to include pertinent PMHx, meds, allergies, vitals, labs, and physical exam findings (1-2 slides)
  3. Pertinent pre-procedure imaging such as non-invasive imaging (CTA/MRA/Duplex US) and vascular lab studies (ABIs, PVRs, segmental pressures) (1-2 slides)
  4. Procedural imaging such as IVUS and angiography with annotations (wire, catheter, specialty device crossing device, atherectomy, etc.), when appropriate (4-6 slides)
  5. Clinical follow-up for the patient to include symptom improvement, change in ABI, demonstration of wound healing (picture), follow-up non-invasive imaging (1-2 slides)
  6. The final slide should state a teaching point (basic or complex) that this case illustrates.  As selected cases will be presented to an audience of members of the IR team, this will serve as an important teaching opportunity for the case presenter.
Upload Case
To upload your case, click "choose file" and browse to upload your featured case that you would like to submit. Please submit a separate form for each case. 

The case should be submitted in Microsoft PowerPoint format and adhere to all of the above format requirements.

If the file you are trying to upload is too big, submit a blank word document in its place and email the file to jgornal@sirweb.org