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Treating the Small Saphenous Vein

Steve Elias, MD, FACS, FACPh; and Neil Khilnani, MD

August 2008—Anatomical considerations and techniques for treating the SSV and junctional tributaries.

DVT: The Patient's Perspective

Dan Janse

August 2008—When the senior peripheral marketing manager for a mechanical thrombectomy device manufacturer learned he had a deep vein thrombosis, he learned firsthand the frustrations of being a DVT patient.

Surgeon General's Call to Action to Prevent DVT and PE

Steven McChesney, News Chief

September 2008—The Venous Disease Coalition meeting launches new initiatives in research and awareness.

Percutaneous Sutureless Venous Anastomosis

Shahriar Moossavi, MD, PhD, and John R. Ross, MD

February 2007—A novel technique in the establishment of a venous graft anastomosis.

Treating Venous Outflow Stenosis and Pseudoaneurysm in Dialysis Access Grafts

Mouhamad O. Annous, MD, and Srilatha Kanumuru, MD

February 2007—A minimally invasive method using the Viabahn endograft to treat pseudoaneurysm and venous outflow stenosis: a 2-year follow-up study.

Fellows Training in Venous Disease

Steve Elias, MD

April 2007—The importance of exposing fellows to all aspects of venous disease.

Cardiologists and Endovenous Ablation Procedures

Ariel D. Soffer, MD, FACC

April 2007—How a cardiology practice turned a small investment in a new procedural offering into a lucrative and satisfying outpatient business model.

Thermal Endovenous Ablation of the Saphenous Vein

Ronald Bush, MD, FACS

April 2007—The histological findings of endovenous ablation show that it is a successful treatment option.



2017 Device Guide

This Device Guide offers a searchable, comprehensive listing of the available vascular interventional devices in the United States.


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