Volume 11 - Issue 3 - March 2014
Editor's Corner »
Technology is improving that could help to reduce the incidence of contrast-induced nephropathy.
Original Research »
Comparing Short and Midterm Infrainguinal Bypass Patency Rates Between Two ePTFE Prosthetic Grafts: Spiral Laminar Flow and Propaten
The author examines retrospective single-center data on the spiral laminar flow graft for lower extremity bypass.
Clinical Review »
The author discusses established and evolving strategies to decrease the risk of contrast nephropathy.
Case Report »
The authors theorize that a proximal and distal balloon occlusion technique was implemented along with a combination of coils and glue could be effective for pseudoaneurysm in various high-flow situations.
The Valiant Mona LSA stent graft system is the first device of its kind to be studied in humans as part of the FDA’s Innovation Pathway early feasibility pilot program.
Supplements and Special Projects
|Clinical Case Update: PharmacoMechanical Thrombolysis using the Rapid Lysis Technique: A Safe and Effective Alternative for the Removal of DVT|