Endovascular Today is proud to have three of the nation’s top endovascular specialists as our Chief Medical Editors. To ensure that our focus encompasses all specialists who participate in endovascular therapies, we have chosen Chief Medical Editors from the fields of interventional cardiology, interventional radiology, and vascular surgery.
By Takao Ohki, MD, PhD
Communication and Collaboration Foster Growth
By Dr. Katzen
Two FDA-approved devices take AAA treatment beyond surgery.
By RONALD M. FAIRMAN, MD
An innovative technology continues to evolve.
By TIMOTHY M. SULLIVAN, MD
Mesenteric Ischemia Revisited
By James A. M. Smith, DO
Is it Ready for Prime Time?
An innovative procedure is ready for prime time.
By MARK H. WHOLEY, MD; MICHAEL WHOLEY, MD, MBA; CHESTER R. JARMOLOWSKI, MD; AND GUSTAV R. ELES, DO
Most experienced clinicians continue to consider CEA the standard of care.
By DAVID H. DEATON, MD, FACS
Protect the brain while treating the artery.
By Takao Ohki, MD
CAS for high-surgical-risk patients will most likely be approved in the coming year.
By Jay Yadav, MD
Will we still be performing surgery 5 years from now?
By Frank J. Criado, MD
Lipid-filled plaques are more of a concern.
By Emile R. Mohler III, MD
Keeping your practice afloat takes knowledge as well as dedication.
By JOSEPH N. MACALUSO, Jr, MD, FACS
Rising insurance costs affect physicians and patients.
By Craig McChesney, Esq
FDA regulation and CE Marking represent different approaches to quality control.
By DOROTHY ABEL
A trailblazer in endovascular grafting, Dr. Frank Veith sees a bright future for the endovascular field overall.