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Embolic Protection Devices in Aortocoronary Saphenous Vein Graft Intervention

Jason H. Rogers, MD, and Reginald I. Low, MD

October 2006—Reduced MACE rates after intervention support continued use, although device development and innovation are imperative.

Vena Caval Filters in the Treatment of Acute DVT

Peter H. Lin, MD; Ruth L. Bush, MD; and Alan B. Lumsden, MD

January 2005—IVC filter placement provides protection against PE caused in part by thrombus fragmentation during the thrombectomy or thrombolytic procedure.

IVUS-Guided VCF Placement

John H. Matsuura, MD

January 2005—An alternative approach to an increasingly popular vena cava filter placement technique.

IVC Filter Placement in Bariatric Patients

Dirk S. Baumann, MD, FACS

January 2005—Selective placement can limit pulmonary embolism, the leading cause of death in this growing surgical population.

Bedside Placement of IVC Filters

Andy C. Chiou, MD, MPH, FACS, and Jon S. Matsumura, MD, FACS

January 2005—This new IVUS-directed technique of filter placement significantly reduces risk in some patients.

Second-Generation, Optional Vena Cava Filter

Bob Smouse, MD; Anthony O. Ragheb, PhD; and Shivani G. Patel, MD

January 2005—A 90-day update on the safety and performance of a second-generation, optional vena cava filter in an animal model.

Renal Vein Access

Seng H. Ong, MD, and Ramon G. Halum, MD

February 2005—Percutaneous transrenal placement of a tunneled dialysis catheter is feasible in some patients who have exhausted their traditional venous access sites.

Percutaneous Removal of a Misplaced “Permanent” LGM Vena Tech Filter

Eyal Barzel, MD, and James McGuckin, MD

May 2005—An incorrectly placed filter is retrieved before it migrates to the heart.



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