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DVT: Access Decisions for Interventions

John A. Kaufman, MD, MS, FSIR, FAHA, FCIRSE, EBIR

January 2019—Assessing the advantages and disadvantages of venous access options is crucial for safe and successful DVT intervention.

Novel Mechanical Thrombectomy Tools for Venous Thromboembolism

With Antonious Attallah, MD, FACC, FSCAI; and Herman Kado, MD, FACC, FSCAI, RPVI

November 2018—Dr. Antonious Attallah and Dr. Herman Kado report on recent FlowTriever and ClotTriever PE and DVT cases, and extracted clot images are presented from recent procedures performed across the United States.

Predictions for Transradial Access Capabilities in the Near Future

Young Joon (Fred) Kwon, MSE; Raghuram Posham, MD, MPA; Rahul S. Patel, MD, FSIR; and Aaron Fischman, MD, FSIR, FCIRSE

November 2018—A discussion of available technology for transradial access in patients with aortoiliac and infrainguinal disease, current limitations, and opportunities for the future.

Optimal Room Setup for Transradial Access

Ricardo Yamada, MD; and Marcelo Guimaraes, MD, FSIR

November 2018—Tips for patient and equipment positioning to allow safe, successful, and efficient TRA-based interventions.

Training for Proficiency in Transradial Access for Lower Extremity Interventions

Andrew M. T. L. Choong, MBBS, FRCS (Gen Surg), FEBVS (Hons), MFSTEd, FAMS (Gen Surg); Ian J. Y. Wee; Nicholas L. Syn; and Stanley E. K. Loh, MBChB, MRCS, FRCR

November 2018—A stepwise approach to utilizing transradial access for iliac and femoropopliteal interventions.

Ten Common (and Uncommon) Reasons for Unsuccessful Transradial Procedures

Hema Krishna, MD; and Adhir Shroff, MD, MPH

November 2018—Understanding the limitations of radial access is key to optimal application.

What Data Are Needed to Support Transradial Access in Peripheral Interventions?

November 2018—Christoph A. Binkert, MD, FCIRSE, FSIR, discusses the potential of a radial approach to lower extremity interventions, as well as the available data and the level of evidence required to further expand this technique.

Recurrent Pelvic-Derived Vulvar and Lower Extremity Varicose Veins

Moderator: Ronald S. Winokur, MD, RPVI
Panel: John Fritz Angle, MD, FSIR; Kathleen Gibson, MD, FACS; Michael Jolly, MD, FACC; and Raghu Kolluri, MS, MD, RVT, FSVM

August 2018—CASE PRESENTATION A 38-year-old woman with a history of bilateral varicose veins for 10 years and bilateral great saphenous vein ablation presents with bilateral leg heavin…

 

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