The Mount Sinai Medical Center featured the first in-man MicroStent and has thus far completed 5 total cases, all with procedural success and no complications in up to 30-day follow-up. | Read More
This month, I welcome Laiq Raja, MD, FACC, FSCAI, Jason Mendivil, DPM, and Lorie Henderson, APRN, MSN, NP-C. Their approach to a critical limb ischemia (CLI) care pathway is not only saving limbs, but changing lives one leg at a time.  — Gary Clifton, Vice President, Terumo Business Edge | Read More
Patients with critical limb ischemia (CLI) have a high incidence of limb amputation and mortality. One factor believed to impact outcome is access to the specialized care required.  Endovascular therapy is typically performed in the hospital setting as a result of disease complexity and high risk of complications. This study strives to evaluate the safety and efficacy of endovascular therapy for CLI performed in an outpatient clinic. | Read More
A deeper understanding of CTOs in tibial arteries was recently described by Saab et al1 in a study designed to determine if cap morphologies can be used to predict the success of different interventional approaches for the access and crossing of transverse CTOs. | Read More