Manish Mehta, MD, MPH; John Taggert, MD; R. Clement Darling III, MD; Benjamin B. Chang, MD; Paul B. Kreienberg, MD; Philip S.K. Paty, MD; Sean P. Roddy, MD; Yaron Sternbach; Kathleen J. Ozsvath, MD; and Dhiraj M. Shah, MD
July 2006—A standardized endovascular approach for treating abdominal aortic aneurysms is presented and studied.
August 2006—Gregorio A. Sicard, MD, explains the origin of the SVS Outcomes Committee and its current initiatives, including examination of high-risk patient data from the US IDE endovascular aneurysm repair trials.
August 2006—K. Craig Kent, MD, describes the advantages and disadvantages of each of the available datasets on endovascular repair in high-risk patients, including what has been learned from the extensive Medicare database.
August 2006—Roy K. Greenberg, MD, explains the Cleveland Clinic's experiences with high-risk aneurysm patients, the limitations of current comparative analyses, and the search for predictors of mortality.
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