Volume 2 - Issue 4 - July/August 2005

Perforation of External Carotid Artery Branch Arteries during Endoluminal Carotid Revascularization Procedures: Consequences and

Robert D. Ecker, MD, Charles A. Guidot, MD, Ricardo A. Hanel, MD, J. Christopher Wehman, MD, Eric Sauvageau, MD, Lee R. Guterman, PhD MD, L. Nelson Hopkins, MD

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“Magic” Bioabsorbable Metal Stents: The Role of the “Houdini stent” in the disappearance of CLI

David E. Allie, MD

In 1892, Ehrich Weiss (aka Harry Houdini) with his brother, and later his beloved wife, Bess, burst upon the vaudeville scene by performing the first of over 11,000 performances of their famous disappearing act “Metamorphosis.” Harry was tied up, shackled with irons and locks, and put in a locked trunk in full view of the audience. A small curtain was placed over the trunk by Bess, who immediately stepped out behind one side of the curtain while Harry stepped from the other side. continue reading
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Stent-Graft Repair of Thoracic Aortic Diseases: A New Frontier in Endovascular Therapy

Frank J. Cradio, MD

The FDA announced approval of the first thoracic endograft device (Gore TAG) on March 23, 2005. It signaled the true beginning of a new era in endovascular therapy, and the unmistakable 'message' that thoracic aortic surgery is about to be transformed in a dramatic and irreversible fashion. continue reading
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Percutaneous Closure of the Inadvertent Subclavian Artery Puncture During Central Venous Catheterization

1Shakir Rao, MD, 1Michael Wholey, MD, MBA, 2Nikil Patel, MD, 3Brian Erickson, MD, 4James Womack, MD

Introduction We report the use of an Angio-Seal™ Vascular Closure Device (St. Jude Medical, Minnetonka, MN) to close the arterial puncture site of the left subclavian artery (LSA) during inadvertent central line placement. continue reading
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Volume 2 - Issue 4 - July/August 2005

Perforation of External Carotid Artery Branch Arteries during Endoluminal Carotid Revascularization Procedures: Consequences and

Robert D. Ecker, MD, Charles A. Guidot, MD, Ricardo A. Hanel, MD, J. Christopher Wehman, MD, Eric Sauvageau, MD, Lee R. Guterman, PhD MD, L. Nelson Hopkins, MD

Introduction continue reading
Key words:

“Magic” Bioabsorbable Metal Stents: The Role of the “Houdini stent” in the disappearance of CLI

David E. Allie, MD

In 1892, Ehrich Weiss (aka Harry Houdini) with his brother, and later his beloved wife, Bess, burst upon the vaudeville scene by performing the first of over 11,000 performances of their famous disappearing act “Metamorphosis.” Harry was tied up, shackled with irons and locks, and put in a locked trunk in full view of the audience. A small curtain was placed over the trunk by Bess, who immediately stepped out behind one side of the curtain while Harry stepped from the other side. continue reading
Key words:

Stent-Graft Repair of Thoracic Aortic Diseases: A New Frontier in Endovascular Therapy

Frank J. Cradio, MD

The FDA announced approval of the first thoracic endograft device (Gore TAG) on March 23, 2005. It signaled the true beginning of a new era in endovascular therapy, and the unmistakable 'message' that thoracic aortic surgery is about to be transformed in a dramatic and irreversible fashion. continue reading
Key words:

Percutaneous Closure of the Inadvertent Subclavian Artery Puncture During Central Venous Catheterization

1Shakir Rao, MD, 1Michael Wholey, MD, MBA, 2Nikil Patel, MD, 3Brian Erickson, MD, 4James Womack, MD

Introduction We report the use of an Angio-Seal™ Vascular Closure Device (St. Jude Medical, Minnetonka, MN) to close the arterial puncture site of the left subclavian artery (LSA) during inadvertent central line placement. continue reading
Key words:
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