March 2015

 

In this Issue

EVAR For Rupture

Patient candidacy, perspectives on data, technical considerations, and avoiding complications.

Issue

Supplement

GUEST CHIEF MEDICAL EDITORS’ PAGE

Examining EVAR’s Role in Rupture Care

By Frank R. Arko III, MD, and Matt Thompson, MD, FRCS

COVER STORIES

Endovascular Repair of Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms

Techniques and strategies for optimal outcomes.

By Tim Resch, MD, PhD; Nuno Dias, MD, PhD; and Björn Sonesson, MD, PhD

Can All rAAAs Be Treated Endovascularly?

The current data on open versus endovascular repair and the adjunct techniques you need to know to ensure an optimal result with EVAR.

By Thomas Larzon, MD, PhD

DEBATE: What Does the Current Evidence on EVAR for Ruptured AAA Tell Us?

Robert J. Hinchliffe, MD, FRCS, and Janet T. Powell, MD, PhD, FRCPath, compare perspectives with Frank J. Veith. MD, and Caron B. Rockman, MD.

Abdominal Compartment Syndrome After rEVAR

How to identify and treat this serious complication of endovascular repair for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms before it’s too late.

By Philip S.K. Paty, MD, and Manish Mehta, MD

Improving Results for rAAAs Through a Systematic Approach

Dr. Frank Arko interviews Dr. Benjamin Starnes regarding the protocols used in the University of Washington hospital system for treating ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms.

Featured Technology

Sponsored by Lombard Medical

A New Angle on EVAR

How an innovative conformable device provides a solution for treating highly angulated necks.

By Adam W. Beck, MD, and Kristina A. Giles, MD

ENDOVENOUS UPDATE: PATIENT ENGAGEMENT

Is an Educated Patient Our Best Consumer?

Opportunities and challenges arise in the age of unlimited information.

By Mark Whiteley, MS, FRCS (Gen)

I Wanted to Have This, and You Want Me to Have That?

How to approach patients who come to the office with a particular therapy in mind when you think an alternative therapy would better treat their condition.

By Julianne Stoughton, MD, FACS

Marketing New Technologies in Your Practice Responsibly

Keeping your patients’ best interests front and center while providing new digital options for education and communication when adding a new technique or technology to your practice.

By Jose I. Almeida, MD, FACS, RPVI, RVT, and Victor Sirgado

Incorporating New Technologies Into Your Practice: The Patient’s Perspective

How to introduce innovative techniques and technologies into your practice.

By Steve Elias, MD, FACS

VESSEL UPDATE: INTRACRANIAL MALFORMATIONS

Treatment Options for Cerebral AVMs and Dural AVFs

The second of a three-part series on diagnosing, treating, and researching management options for intracranial malformations.

By Lyahn K. Hwang, BS; Vivek A. Kumar, PhD; Ravi R. Vissapragada, MD; Karen Y. Lui, MD; Matthew R. Fusco, MD; Christopher S. Ogilvy, MD; and Ajith J. Thomas, MD

FEATURED TECHNOLOGY

Sponsored by Medtronic

Is Cyanoacrylate Safe for Peripheral Venous Applications?

Previous experience shows promise for a venous disease treatment that recently received FDA approval.

By Nick Morrison, MD, FACPH, FACS, RPHS

Departments

Innovations

A preview of today's new products.

An Interview With Prof. Jean-Pierre Becquemin, MD

The France-based vascular surgeon sheds light on ruptured aneurysm treatment, stent graft technology, and aortic centers of excellence.

 

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About Endovascular Today

Endovascular Today is a publication dedicated to bringing you comprehensive coverage of all the latest technology, techniques, and developments in the endovascular field. Our Editorial Advisory Board is composed of the top endovascular specialists, including interventional cardiologists, interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, neurologists, and vascular medicine practitioners, and our publication is read by an audience of more than 22,000 members of the endovascular community.