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Fast Forward to 2028: Aortic and Peripheral Vascular Therapy

Jun 29, 2018

In the ISET Townhall on Innovation, Michael Dake, MD, shared his predictions for how vascular medicine will change in the next decade. | Read More

Dr. Richard Neville

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The Practice of Vascular Surgery in 2028: How Will it Change?

May 24, 2018

Richard Neville, MD, explains how vascular surgery will change in coming years, from training to robotics to personalized health. | Read More

Jaff

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Forecasting the Future: Will Medical Therapy Replace Invasive Procedures?

Apr 27, 2018

Michael Jaff, DO, offers his thoughts on the future of invasive procedures. | Read More

Walker

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Venous Duplex and Proper Diagnosis of Venous Insufficiency

Apr 08, 2018

Dr. Walker comments on the diagnosis of venous insufficiency and discuss the new device options available for the treatment of superficial venous insufficiency.  | Read More

Dr. Walker

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How to Lower the Mortality Rate in CLI and PAD Patients 

Mar 22, 2018

Dr. Walker comments on the overall medical evaluation and medical therapy of patients presenting with critical limb ischemia (CLI) and peripheral arterial disease (PAD). | Read More

Dr. Walker

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IVUS and Duplex Imaging May Be Underutilized in Peripheral Arterial Interventions

Feb 01, 2018

Craig Walker, MD, comments on interventionalists' reliance on diagnostic angiography as the “gold standard” in guiding peripheral vascular interventions in leg arteries.  | Read More

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Risk Avoidance Is Paramount With Large Bore Devices

Jan 24, 2018

Dr. Walker comments on a case by Poli and colleagues that discusses the use of the subclavian artery as an alternate access site to deliver the transcatheter valve. | Read More

Dr. Walker

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Caution Needed With Mechanical Atherectomy

Dec 01, 2017

Dr. Walker comments on a case report by Kalisetta and colleagues that highlights the need to proceed with extreme caution to avoid potential stent injury and entrapment when treating in-stent restenosis with mechanical devices. | Read More