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Volume 14 - Issue 3 - March 2017

March 2017 Issue 3 Volume 14

Case Report
Jon George, MD;  Deepakraj Gajanana;  Sean Janzer;  Vincent Figueredo;  Dennis Morris From the Einstein Heart and Vascular Institute, Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Post-thrombotic syndrome is a complication that may follow deep vein thrombosis, and is associated with significant morbidity. There is growing interest in endovascular techniques to treat this complication. We present a related case.
Case Report
Peter A. Soukas, MD
The author presents a case report of transradial carotid artery stenting (CAS), reviews the data, and offers a suggested CAS access algorithm.
Interviews
Interview by Jen Ford
VDM spoke with George Adams, MD, MHS, at the 43rd Annual VEITH Symposium regarding the ongoing DANCE and LIMBO trials.
Original Research
Jihad A Mustapha, MD1;  Fadi Saab, MD1;  Larry J Diaz-Sandoval, MD1;  Robert Beasley, MD2;  Theresa N. McGoff, BA, BSN, RN1;  Sara Finton, BSN, RN1;  Carmen Heaney, BSN, RN1;  George Adams, MD3 From 1Metro Health Hospital Wyoming, Michigan; 2Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami, Florida;  and 3University of North Carolina REX Healthcare
Subjects with critical limb ischemia (CLI) have high 1-year amputation and mortality rates.The clinical profile and outcomes of CLI subjects were characterized using the PRIME registry and compared with previous literature to highlight the contempora…
Editorial Commentary
Vinay Kumar, MD1 and Craig Walker, MD2 From 1Endovascular Options, Dallas, Texas and 2Cardiovascular Institute of the South, Lafayette, Lousiana
Information about medical records, patient demographics, and Social Security numbers is extremely valuable. Electronic medical record systems are particularly vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
Editor's Corner
Craig Walker, MD Clinical Editor Interventional Cardiologist  Founder, President, and Medical Director Cardiovascular Institute of the South Clinical Professor of Medicine  Tulane University School of Medicine Louisiana State University School of Medicine
Cyber-security is of great importance to all physicians, health-care providers, and patients, particularly in this era of mandated electronic medical records.
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