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Jihad A. Mustapha, MD, of Metro Health Heart & Vascular in Wyoming, Michigan, discusses complete revascularization of a CLI patient using Jetstream Atherectomy System. | Read More

In this video, Dr. Walker comments on a case report by Dr. Robert Attaran and colleagues that describes the physiological basis of dyspnea and impaired exercise capacity secondary to impaired venous return to the heart. | Read More

Dr Craig Walker discusses Arun Nagabandi and colleagues’ article on the utilization of the Vascade arterial vascular closure device to close femoral vein access sites following interventional venous procedures. | Read More

Dr. Craig Walker discusses the unique technique described by Gupta et al in the June 2017 issue. This technique allowed closure of a large femoral arterial rent. It may allow successful treatment of wire perforations of very small arteries. Before… | Read More

Imaging beyond the degree of stenosis may be the key in determining if a patient should receive carotid artery stenting or carotid endarterectomy. Dr Walker discusses Dr Kim's article because it hightlights anatomical findings of various modalities… | Read More

Dr Sherif Sultan and colleagues gather data on a potentially revolutionary new concept for the treatment of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysyms, the Streamliner Multilayer Flow Modulator device from Cardiatis.  As a source of great debate among… | Read More

This month, Dr. Walker comments about the danger of cyber-attacks in the health care setting, and in particular, to electronic medical records. | Read More

Dr. Walker discusses the single-center DRASTICO Trial. Despite some limitations, this trial may provide interventionists with some guidance about how we should approach complex femoral and popliteal arterial occlusive disease. It may take years of… | Read More

At present, there are no clear diagnostic, therapeutic, or follow-up guidelines to direct appropriate therapy. Although great strides are being made in crossing and treating obstructive lesions in patients with CLI, clincians still lack appropriate… | Read More