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Retrograde Recanalization of an Occluded Popliteal Artery

Salem Almaani, MD; Dmitriy Feldman, MD; and Issam D. Moussa, MD

February 2009—A case study and discussion on the successful recanalization of an occluded popliteal artery via the dorsalis pedis artery.

CLI: Overview of Incidence and Impact

Aravinda Nanjundappa, MD, RVT; Theodore Tan, MD; Thach Nguyen, MD; and Robert S. Dieter, MD, RVT

March 2009—Understanding the importance of taking a multidisciplinary approach to treating CLI.

The Contemporary CLI Toolbox

David E. Allie, MD; Raghotham R. Patlola, MD; Agostino Ingraldi, MD; Chris J. Hebert, RT(R), RCIS; and Craig M. Walker, MD

March 2009—A close look at the available devices and techniques for treating today's critical limb ischemia patients.

The Essentials of Ischemic Wound Care

Jessica Nevins Morse, MD, and Bruce H. Gray, DO

March 2009—Basic care for ulcerations beyond revascularization.

Interim Results From the VIVA I: Xcell Trial

Krishna Rocha-Singh, MD, FACC, on behalf of VIVA Physicians, Inc.

March 2009—Bare-nitinol stenting of tibial arteries and wound-healing assessment in critical limb ischemia patients.

Pedal-Plantar Loop Technique

Marco Manzi, MD

March 2009—A new method for revascularization of foot vessels.

Improving the Health and Health Care of PAD Patients

Marge Lovell, RN; Joseph Caporusso, DPM; and Gwen Twillman;on behalf of the PAD Coalition Steering Committee

March 2009—A look at the national effort to heighten awareness of peripheral arterial disease.

Surgical Approaches to Chronic Limb Ischemia

Richard F. Neville, MD; Joseph Babrowicz, MD; and David H. Deaton, MD

May 2009—Although endovascular advances provide a new array of options in appropriately selected patients, surgical techniques also continue to see innovation.



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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