The Venous Center

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Obtaining Optimal Filter Placement

Mark W. Burket, MD

February 2010—How imaging and technical skill ensure safe placement of an IVC filter.

IVC Filters: Do Current Data Support the Indications?

John A. Kaufman, MD

February 2010—The increasing use of IVC filters has increased scrutiny of the indications.

Before You Place That Filter …

Ulku Cenk Turba, MD; Saher S. Sabri, MD; Wael E.A. Saad, MD; Auh Whan Park, MD; John F. Angle, MD; and Alan H. Matsumoto, MD

February 2010—A guide to IVC filter placement and troubleshooting procedural challenges.

When Temporary IVC Filters Become Permanent

Peter B. Brant-Zawadzki, MB, BCH; Mark R. Sarfati, MD; and Larry W. Kraiss, MD

February 2010—With increasing utilization of temporary IVC filters comes a disturbing trend of dismal filter retrieval rates.

Is Market Growth of Vena Cava Filters Justified?

Bob Smouse, MD, and Amardeep Johar, MD

February 2010—A review of indications, use, and market analysis.

Recanalization of a Central Venous Occlusion

James F. McGuckin, MD

May 2009—After failed conventional guidewire crossing, RF guidewire passage is attempted in a dialysis patient.

Who Determines Which Procedure Is Best?

Peter Gloviczki, MD

April 2009—How key industry leaders are removing device-manufacturer influence on patient procedures.

Endovenous Ablation Without Anesthesia?

Jose I. Almeida, MD, FACS, RVT

April 2009—Early experience with a new laser wavelength that is highly absorbable by water.




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