Original Research

In this study, researchers evaluated the efficacy and safety of initial dual antegrade and retrograde access approach compared with single antegrade or retrograde approach for crossing any level of CTO. | Read More

CLI patients with no cardiac history undergoing limb salvage surgery have a high prevalence of asymptomatic ischemia-producing coronary stenosis which may put them at increased risk, and pre-operative diagnosis with FFRCT may increase focus on peri… | Read More

A study led by Craig Walker, MD, confirms the safety and efficacy of the VASCADE VCS device when used in closure of antegrade femoral access sites during peripheral endovascular interventions in the treatment of PAD. | Read More

Recanalization of femoropopliteal occlusive pathology in patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) persists as a significant clinical issue in terms of persistent pain as well as the risk of ischemic limb loss. | Read More

The safety and efficacy of treating patients with critical limb ischemia in an outpatient endovascular center is comparable to published results obtained at hospital centers, researchers found. | Read More

Critical limb ischemia is present in only about 1% to 2% of all patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD), but it is the most severe form of PAD and is responsible for 185,000 amputations in the United States each year.1 Many CLI | Read More

We investigate whether vascular closure devices selected for characteristics optimal for venous closure can deliver a safe and effective way to achieve rapid hemostasis. | Read More

Our aim was to determine awareness of PAD treatment options and referral of patients at high risk of PAD to specialty care via a cross-sectional online survey of 500 clinicians from across the United States. | Read More

Ultrasound-guided gas sclerotherapy (UGGS) is a new method for sclerosing varicose veins. The objective of this method is to increase sclerosant contact with the venous endothelium to obtain the best sclerosing effect, achieved by a depletion of… | Read More

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… | Read More