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
Exploring Your Options
By Barry T. Katzen, MD, Chief Medical Editor
Should patients with a solitary kidney undergo surgery or stenting?
By ROSS MILNER, MD, AND ELLIOT L. CHAIKOF, MD, PhD
Today’s minimally invasive treatments are poised to replace stripping and surgery.
By NEIL DENBOW, MD
A novel simultaneous combination therapy allows rapid revascularization in critical limb ischemia.
By DAVID E. ALLIE, MD; CHRIS J. HEBERT, RT, RCIS; MOHAMED H. KHAN, MD; AND CRAIG M. WALKER, MD
A review of the current use of heparin and alternative anticoagulants in percutaneous interventions.
By GERALD GRUBBS, MD
A new imaging technology takes a detailed look at peripheral angioplasty and stenting.
By JOS C. van den BERG, MD, PhD
Subclavian Artery Gunshot Repair
By CHARLES B. ROSS, MD, AND CARL M. JOHNSON, MD
This increasingly common disorder responds well to alternative treatment approaches.
By Gary M. Ansel, MD; Charles F. Botti, Jr, MD; and Mitchell J. Silver, DO
Intra-arterial infusion of lytic agents provides an effective way to restore vessel patency.
By Alex Powell, MD
Can a surgical approach achieve a higher limb salvage rate, or is thrombolysis a safer and less invasive procedure?
By Ian Loftus, MD, and Peter R.F. Bell, MD
The Arizona Heart Institute is reaching the public—and you can, too.
By Matt Pesotski, Associate Editor, With Joely Johnson, Editor-In-Chief
Pennsylvania’s Superior Court considers whether endovascular procedures are surgery.
By Craig McChesney, Publisher
Our FDA expert provides answers to questions about a serious, if common, situation.
By DOROTHY B. ABEL
Renegade HI-FLO Microcatheter