By Martin B. Leon, MD
The increased safety and efficacy of today’s anticoagulants have resulted in regular, often routine, use of anticoagulation during endovascular procedures.
By Gerald Zemel, MD
The Endovascular Today annual review.
By Zoltan G. Turi, MD
Frank J. Veith, MD, discusses his advocacy for separate board certification for vascular surgeons.
By Frank J. Veith, MD
The SIR utilizes a holistic approach to advance the medical specialty.
By James F. Benenati, MD
Percutaneous EVAR can be performed with a high degree of success.
By Niten Singh, MD; Eric Adams, MD; Richard Neville, MD; and David H. Deaton, MD
Platelet inhibition prior to intervention in the periphery may result in improved outcomes.
By Colleen Johnson, MD, and Leila Mureebe, MD
Lipid management: past, present, and future.
By Emile R. Mohler III, MD
What took so long?!
By Dorothy B. Abel
IMAGING & DIAGNOSTICS
New software technology has helped many vascular centers optimize patient care while improving throughput efficiency.
By Jennifer Patterson Lorenzetti
By Barry T. Katzen, MD
Achieve reduced hypotensive response, reduced nursing costs, and improved patient comfort.