June 2021

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Volume 29 Issue 6

Editorial Staff

Clinical Editor
Morton Kern, MD
Executive Editor
Laurie Gustafson
Managing Editor
Rebecca Kapur
Production Manager
Elizabeth Vasil

Editorial Correspondence

Rebecca Kapur, Managing Editor, Cath Lab Digest
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When we saw the Siemens ARTIS icono angiography system, we were impressed with the quality of the imaging based on the radiation dosage.
Your group sought to understand if the SCAI shock stages can classify mortality risk. Can you tell us about your research?
Angiography demonstrated important contrast leakage from the distal body of the saphenous vein graft to the first marginal branch (Figures 1A-1C; Video 1).
In this month’s article, we thought we would take a step back and bring you greater insight into the extensive capabilities and advantages that can be gained by having ePRISM as a part of your cath lab program. To that end, we have asked Dr. Amit Ami…
Herein, we describe the case of a patient who was initially treated for fluid overload as an outpatient, but a TAAA was ultimately discovered and she was treated via an endovascular approach.
In-stent restenosis (ISR) is the Achilles’ heel of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). A common cause of ISR is an under-expanded stent secondary to under preparation of a target vessel with circumferential deep calcification. ISR management is…
Large-vessel occlusions account for up to 46% of acute ischemic strokes, which place large areas of the brain at risk for irreparable damage if not treated appropriately within a designated recommended timeframe. Furthermore, this type of stroke caus…
Join Morton Kern, MD, with guest panelists David Rizik, MD, and Kirk Garratt, MD, on Thurs 6/17 at 12pm ET for a 30-minute discussion of this column. Register for a reminder here.