Editorial Commentary

In this editorial commentary, Sahil A. Parikh, MD, discusses the accumulating research behind vascular closure devices for antegrade punctures, including the VASCADEVascular Closure System for closure of arterial and venous access sites. | Read More

Information about medical records, patient demographics, and Social Security numbers is extremely valuable. Electronic medical record systems are particularly vulnerable to cyber-attacks. | Read More

A commentary on a recently published article that explored the relationship between carotid stenting outcomes and operator experience. | Read More

Toe pressure, rather than ABI or ankle pressure alone, may be a better measure of perfusion in all patients with critical limb ischemia. | Read More

Fortunately, there has been a large increase in the scientific data to support many, if not all, of the devices approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and currently in use for lower-extremity revascularization in both the above- and… | Read More

The authors present commentary on the research by Matejka et al on the impact of renal denervation in patients with resistant arterial hypertension.  | Read More

Venous insufficiency is the most common vascular disorder today, and it is underdiagnosed and misdiagnosed. This commentary aims to enhance understanding of venous insufficiency and the current treatments available. | Read More

New Stroke VTE Safety Recommendations provide 4 key steps to help prevent deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism in stroke patients. | Read More

Vascular closure devices have enabled earlier ambulation after interventional procedures and have even allowed operators to perform some procedures percutaneously that once were performed surgically. But are there cases in which they aren’t… | Read More

This update summarizes the thoracic endovascular landscape, including currently approved devices in the United States and other countries, on-label indications, and trends in use of TEVAR devices.    | Read More