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Rapid Ambulation After CAS

Gary S. Roubin, MD, PhD

April 2005—Achieve reduced hypotensive response, reduced nursing costs, and improved patient comfort.

An Interview With Michael R. Jaff, DO

Michael R. Jaff, DO

March 2005—The past president of the SVMB shares his insight on board certification, turf battles, and future vascular disease therapies.

Carotid Imaging: A Cardiologist’s Perspective

Rajesh M. Dave, MD

February 2005—Cerebrovascular disease is the third leading cause of death in the US. Approximately 600,000 people in the US experience a stroke annually, costing $30 billion in treatment an…

Carotid Imaging: A Vascular Surgeon’s Perspective

Doug Massop, MD

February 2005—The evaluation and treatment of carotid and cerebrovascular diseases is obviously in a state of rapid evolution. In the mid-1990s, a large body of literature was devoted to th…

Carotid Imaging: A Neuroradiologist’s Perspective

Kieran P. Murphy, MD

February 2005—At Johns Hopkins, we perform 2,400 interventional neuroradiology procedures each year, and approximately 1,100 of these interventions are diagnostic cerebral angiograms. All p…

Carotid Artery Stent Restenosis

George Younis, MD; Kamal Gupta, MD; Neil Strickman, MD; Ali Mortazavi, MD; Arup Achari, MD; Emerson Perin, MD; and Zvonimir Krajcer, MD

January 2005—A challenging problem in patients with previous endarterectomy or radiation.

Cerebrovascular Interventions

Roseanne R. Wholey

January 2005—A look at developments in physician reimbursement for cerebrovascular procedures over the last 20 years, including the latest CMS coverage updates.

Proximal Occlusion and Flow Reversal

Juan C. Parodi, MD (FACS hon.); Federico E. Parodi, MD; and Claudio Schönholz, MD

November 2006—The ideal cerebral protection method during carotid artery stenting.



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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