Volume 3 - Issue 2 - March/April 2006

Distal Vein Patch Bypass for Limb Salvage: An Option When No Vein is Available

Richard F. Neville, MD, David Deaton, MD, James Laredo, MD, PhD

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Economics of an Interrupted, Non-Penetrating Clip Anastomosis for Vascular Access Procedures

A. Frederick Schild, MD and Erin Gillaspie, BS

Introduction End-stage renal disease (ESRD) is increasing in epidemic proportions worldwide. Therefore, vascular access procedures are rapidly becoming the most common surgery performed in the world. In the United States, there are approximately 300,000 people on dialysis. This number is growing by 15% or more each year, and will consequently double this patient population in 4 to 6 years. Total annual costs are expected to exceed $28 billion by 2010. continue reading
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Current Clinical Applications of Bivalirudin: An Overview

Nicolas W. Shammas, MS, MD

Clinical Pharmacology of Bivalirudin continue reading
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When "Wonderful New Technologies" Fail...

Frank J. Criado, MD

After completing a review of the article “Management of Detached Accunet…” by Chane et al., I found myself wanting to add something personal, a commentary. So I did, but it wasn’t enough. I therefore decided to reflect further upon our field’s “wonderful new technologies” and use this topic as the foundation for this month’s Editor’s Corner. continue reading
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Salvage of an Occluded Renal Artery Facilitated by Targeted Renal Therapy

David E. Allie, MD, Chris J. Hebert, RT, RCIS and Craig M. Walker, MD

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Diagnosis and Non-Surgical Management of Mesenteric Ischemia

Jaffar Ali Raza, MD, Michael Miller, MD, •Robert S. Dieter, MD, RVT, ••Leonardo C. Clavijo, MD, Michael C. Stoner, MD, Aravinda Nanjundappa, MD

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Volume 3 - Issue 2 - March/April 2006

Distal Vein Patch Bypass for Limb Salvage: An Option When No Vein is Available

Richard F. Neville, MD, David Deaton, MD, James Laredo, MD, PhD

Background continue reading
Key words:

Economics of an Interrupted, Non-Penetrating Clip Anastomosis for Vascular Access Procedures

A. Frederick Schild, MD and Erin Gillaspie, BS

Introduction End-stage renal disease (ESRD) is increasing in epidemic proportions worldwide. Therefore, vascular access procedures are rapidly becoming the most common surgery performed in the world. In the United States, there are approximately 300,000 people on dialysis. This number is growing by 15% or more each year, and will consequently double this patient population in 4 to 6 years. Total annual costs are expected to exceed $28 billion by 2010. continue reading
Key words:

Current Clinical Applications of Bivalirudin: An Overview

Nicolas W. Shammas, MS, MD

Clinical Pharmacology of Bivalirudin continue reading
Key words:

When "Wonderful New Technologies" Fail...

Frank J. Criado, MD

After completing a review of the article “Management of Detached Accunet…” by Chane et al., I found myself wanting to add something personal, a commentary. So I did, but it wasn’t enough. I therefore decided to reflect further upon our field’s “wonderful new technologies” and use this topic as the foundation for this month’s Editor’s Corner. continue reading
Key words:

Salvage of an Occluded Renal Artery Facilitated by Targeted Renal Therapy

David E. Allie, MD, Chris J. Hebert, RT, RCIS and Craig M. Walker, MD

Case Study continue reading
Key words:

Diagnosis and Non-Surgical Management of Mesenteric Ischemia

Jaffar Ali Raza, MD, Michael Miller, MD, •Robert S. Dieter, MD, RVT, ••Leonardo C. Clavijo, MD, Michael C. Stoner, MD, Aravinda Nanjundappa, MD

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