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Cordis Commences INNOVATION Trial of Very Low-Profile Incraft System to Treat AAA

April 11, 2010—Cordis Corporation (Bridgewater, NJ) announced that the first patients have been enrolled in the INNOVATION trial, which will assess the safety of the company…

Study Compares Ultrasound and CT Angiography for EVAR Surveillance

April 2, 2010—Online ahead of print in the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Jan A. Ten Bosch, MD, et al published findings from a study designed to compare …

Gore Launches Web Site for Ultimate SAAAVE Public Awareness Campaign

March 30, 2010—W. L. Gore & Associates (Flagstaff, AZ) announced the launch of, a new Web site that will serve as an enhanced patient r…

Study Analyzes Impact of Regional Use of EVAR

March 29, 2010—The Society for Vascular Surgery announced that researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles have found that the use of endovascular aortic abdom…

A Clinical Look at EVAR

January 2010—W. Anthony Lee, MD, principal investigator of EVAR trials past and present, believes that control, accuracy, and reliability are the three key features that separate a great device from a good device.

Multispecialty EVAR Intervention

January 2010—Interventional radiologist Barry T. Katzen, MD, FACC, FACR, FSIR, explains his role in the early development of endograft procedures and shares his perspective on device development and the value of live-case meetings.

Imaging Advancements and Screening Initiatives

January 2010—Bart Muhs, MD, PhD, discusses his experience with various imaging modalities, as well as the vital role of AAA screening.

EVAR Takes Root in Japan

January 2010—Takao Ohki, MD, PhD, provides an overview of EVAR’s emergence in Japan, including progress of the procedure to date and the advantages and disadvantages of the country’s unique regulatory restrictions.




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