January 2013


In this Issue

Advancing Access and Closure

Skilled interventionists share their tips for employing a variety of vascular access and closure options.


Advancing Access and Closure

By Jos C. van den Berg, MD, PhD

Cover Stories

Perspectives on Access and Closure

A multispecialty panel’s insights into current challenges and recent developments.

With Gary Ansel, MD; Frank Arko, MD; J.A. Mustapha, MD; Peter Schneider, MD; and Jos C. van den Berg, MD, PhD

TAMI Technique: Tibiopedal Arterial Minimally Invasive Retrograde Revascularization

A novel approach to revascularization in patients with critical limb ischemia.

By J.A. Mustapha, MD, FACC, FSCAI; Fadi Saab, MD, FACC, FASE; Theresa McGoff, RN; and Carmen Heaney, RN

Extreme Options After Failed Antegrade CLI Treatments

A step-by-step look at retrograde distal metatarsal (digital) artery puncture and direct puncture of occluded calcified tracts.

By Marco Manzi, MD, and Luis Mariano Palena, MD

Direct Ultrasound-Guided SFA Access

Why this technique has become our preferred access for antegrade arterial interventions.

By Christoph A. Binkert, MD, MBA, and Andreas Gutzeit, MD

Optimal Technique for Common Femoral Artery Access

Knowing the anatomy, choosing the best puncture site, and techniques for achieving safe CFA access.

By Jos C. van den Berg, MD, PhD

Large-Access Closure Techniques

Minimally invasive approaches that are safe and reliable in emergent and anatomically challenging situations.

By Thomas Larzon, MD, PhD, and Lars Lönn, MD, PhD

One Question ... What is your preferred closure method for standard percutaneous revascularization procedures performed via femoral access?

With Firas F. Mussa, MD, MS, FACS; Stephen Kee, MD; Richard C. Kovach, MD, FACC, FACP; and Jaafer Golzar, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Vessel Update: SFA

Peripheral Drug Elution Enters the US

Vascular specialists with experience using Cook Medical’s Zilver PTX paclitaxel-eluting peripheral stent share thoughts on its potential impact in the United States.

With Nicholas Morrissey, MD; Nelson L. Bernardo, MD; and Prof. Dr. med. Nicolas Diehm

An Interview With John Fritz Angle, MD

Dr. Angle discusses his predictions for future developments in interventional radiology and the device approval process.


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