March 2005



An Interview With Michael R. Jaff, DO

The past president of the SVMB shares his insight on board certification, turf battles, and future vascular disease therapies.

By Michael R. Jaff, DO

Treating Smaller AAAs

Does the availability of endovascular grafts change the size threshold for repair?

By Kenneth Ouriel, MD

Community Wellness Program

Screening high-risk patients for AAAs.

By John Wiest, MD

Update on SAAAVE

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

By Takao Ohki, MD, PhD and Craig McChesney, Publisher


Impact of the EVAR-1 and DREAM Trials

Is endovascular aneurysm repair better than open repair, or is the race still on?

By Jan D. Blankensteijn, MD

The Dare to C.A.R.E. Program

Taking vascular disease screening and community awareness to the next level.

By John D. Martin, MD; Louise Hanson, CRNP; and Jon Hupp, MD

Lifeline Registry Update: Expansion to an Outcomes Registry

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

By SVS/AVA Outcomes Registry Steering Committee

Treating Large/Complex Aneurysms

Techniques and technologies involving branched or fenestrated devices have emerged to offer new EVAR options.

By Roy K. Greenberg, MD


Exhibit Halls

What exhibitors need to know about the FDA’s authority.

By Dorothy B. Abel and Angela C. Smith


Interventional Market Assessment

A summary of the 8th Morgan Stanley Interventional Cardiology Conference provides insight into the trends that will be affecting endovascular care for the next several years.



Developments in EVAR: 2005 and Beyond

By Takao Ohki, MD, PhD

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