Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)


In this article, three unique clinical scenarios are presented in which endovascular therapy prevented major amputations and improved patient outcomes.
ABSTRACT: A 70-year-old female was admitted to our hospital due to claudication of the left leg. The patient was diagnosed with peripheral artery disease and received endovascular therapy (EVT) with a stent implanted in the right common iliac
In this ISET 2020 presentation, Dr. Rundback emphasizes the critical importance of post-revascularization management of CLI patients, noting "We can't just revascularize and send them back to their primary care, because they will fail!"
We present a unique case of a patient with iliac artery stenosis, chronic total occlusion of the left superficial femoral artery, and tibial artery stenosis, who underwent successful percutaneous endovascular intervention with dual access using a
Dr. Metzger presents at the International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy. He discusses "the amount of 'evidence' we have that demonstrates superiority of individual vessel prep strategies."
I don’t think there is such a thing as a “straightforward CTO” in below-the-knee vessels, since even a short occlusion can pose a significant challenge at times.
There is an abundance of literature studying acute kidney injury following percutaneous coronary interventions, with very few studies done in the setting of percutaneous peripheral intervention. This article aims to review what we currently know
In order to assess the vascular effects of rotational orbital atherectomy, we performed intravascular imaging with virtual histology intravascular optical coherence tomography in a 72-year-old man with critical limb ischemia of the right lower
In this study, researchers evaluated the efficacy and safety of initial dual antegrade and retrograde access approach compared with single antegrade or retrograde approach for crossing any level of CTO.