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Office-Based Labs: A Clinical Overview of Therapies and Devices

With Donald S. Cross, MD, FACC; Alberto Gonzalez, MD, FACS; and Kenneth J. Wright, MD, FACS

May 2017—The second in a four-part series discussing office-based labs (OBLs) and ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) from the perspectives of three physicians.

ATTRACT 2-Year Data and Commentary

April 2017—Two-year ATTRACT data show that anticoagulation alone is best for most deep vein thrombosis; pharmacomechanical catheter-directed thrombolysis benefits seen in certain iliofemoral patients.

Office-Based Lab Models: Getting Started

With Donald S. Cross, MD, FACC; Alberto Gonzalez, MD, FACS; and Kenneth J. Wright, MD, FACS

March 2017— The first in a four-part series in which we take an in-depth look at the development and key issues related to office-based labs (OBLs) from the perspective of physicians wh…

The Joint Venous Consortium: Rationale and Proposed Goals

Jose I. Almeida, MD, FACS; Steve Elias, MD, FACS; and Neil M. Khilnani, MD

March 2017—Maximizing the doctor/patient relationship through education and oversight.

Five Must-Read Superficial Venous Publications

Peter F. Lawrence, MD

March 2017—Use of the Clinical, Etiologic, Anatomic, and Pathophysiologic Classification and Venous Clinical Severity Score to Establish a Treatment Plan for Chronic Venous Disorders …

Expert Opinions on Hot Topics in Endovenous Therapy

With Sergio Gianesini, MD; Ian Franklin, MBBS, MS, FRCS(Gen Surg); Evgeny Shaydakov, MD, PhD; and Patrick E. Muck, MD

March 2017—Following the recent 2017 American Venous Forum meeting, we asked key opinion leaders from the United States and abroad their thoughts on some of the most discussed issues that continue to be debated.

An Interview With Jeffrey Wang, MD

February 2017—Dr. Wang discusses the possibilities and limitations of today's office-based labs, as well as his experience in device design and treating pulmonary embolism in the community hospital setting.

Treating C6 Venous Disease Requires Tandem Effort

KathyLee Santangelo, MD

January 2017—Chronic venous ulcers are notoriously difficult to heal unless wound care physicians and vein specialists work together.



2017 Buyer’s Guide

This Buyer’s Guide offers a searchable, comprehensive listing of the FDA-approved interventional devices available in the United States.


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