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Lifeline Registry Update: Expansion to an Outcomes Registry

SVS/AVA Outcomes Registry Steering Committee

March 2005—An overview of the progress to date and expanding initiatives for the near future.

Community Wellness Program

John Wiest, MD

March 2005—Screening high-risk patients for AAAs.

Update on SAAAVE

Takao Ohki, MD, PhD and Craig McChesney, Publisher

March 2005—Legislation pending before Congress would provide for Medicare reimbursement for screening procedures that can save lives.

Imaging Modalities for Endovascular Aneurysm Repair

Edward Y. Woo, MD, and Ronald M. Fairman, MD

February 2005—Having multiple options available is essential in providing optimal care.

Aptus Endovascular AAA Repair System

Takao Ohki, MD; David H. Deaton, MD; and José Antonio Condado, MD

November 2006—Report of the 1-year follow-up in a first-in-man study.

Long-Term AAA Sac Pressure Monitoring

Takao Ohki, MD, PhD

November 2006—A useful, harmless, and important adjunct to postprocedural surveillance.

Limitations of Implantable Pressure Sensors for EVAR

Geoffrey H. White, MD

November 2006—Before this technology can be widely accepted, issues with respect to reimbursement and efficacy must be addressed.

Fellows Debate: Access for EVAR

Firas F. Mussa, MD; James H. Mitchell, MD; Joseph J. Naoum, MD; Zvonimir Krajcer, MD; and Alan B. Lumsden, MD

November 2006—Percutaneous or femoral artery cutdown? A debate from the multispecialty conference at the Texas Medical Center.




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