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European Thrombosis & Haemostasis Alliance (ETHA) May 28
Very important guidelines on and for healthcare professionals in the and . See below.
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Ali Azizzadeh Aug 9
: where is the tip of the attempted left internal jugular vein ?
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World Thrombosis Day 13 Oct 17
A1: is the formation of in the artery () or vein ( thrombosis)
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Deepak Sudheendra,MD, RPVI, FSIR May 4
The CEAP classification has been revised for dz. If you're treating , share this w/staff in your practice.
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Dr. Sheila Sahni 26 Apr 18
Don’t miss - Happening Now in Harbor A - More Than Just Pills
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Nathan Ertel MD 12 Mar 19
Pt presented to ED with CP, SOB. CXR shows embolized venous stent from OSH. Retrieved with 3 snares, 4 forceps, OR on standby, help, 26F sheath, extra IR. Immediate symptom relief
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Alexandria CVIR 20 May 19
Great case . Companion case for the residents and fellows. This 2-mm sheet of Teflon, which measured 35-mm in length and 6-mm in width, divided the inferior vena cava into 3-mm channels.
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Jeff Mirviss 21 May 18
Proud to officially launch Minnesota’s first MedTech Accelerator with partners Working to bring the next generation of to enhance patient care and lower cost to the healthcare system
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Katherine Gallagher 3 May 19
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Wounds Australia 18 Jul 18
Today we are focusing on venous leg as part of Wound Awareness Week! leg ulcers are caused when veins in the leg are damaged or not working properly. Watch our video to find out more:
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Alexandria CVIR 20 May 19
Upper extremity DVT cleared with JETi catheter by . 83% technical success of restoration of antegrade flow without overnight catheter-directed lysis. Mean thrombus removal across all patients of 93%.
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Jeff Mirviss May 26
Are elective procedure volumes changing at your practice currently?
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Ahmed  Karsou May 8
Central in an patient with malfunctioning and RT upper extremity swelling. Bye-Bye collaterals after by .
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Atul Gupta, MD 14 Mar 18
Wouldn't it be great if today's journal articles were written like a Sherlock Holmes novel? We need more like this landmark one from Dr. May and Dr. Thurner. (Angiology 1957).
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Laurent Bertoletti Mar 22
If you are involved in the care of , you know the . Now, you can improve the knowledge on related by joining the 💪🏻⤵️
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Anuj Malhotra MD, RPVI 14 May 18
Debilitating pain & swelling from an occlusive pop dvt extending into all tibials. No improvement with 1 week of ac. Marked improvement post intervention. Paired PTV access. Angiojet thrombectomy. No TPA. Prolonged angioplasty
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Holger Schünemann Feb 26
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Alexandria CVIR 23 May 19
Stent reconstruction for chronic iliocaval thrombosis has a 96% clinical success at 6 months and 24 month primary, primary-assisted, and secondary patency of 87.2%, 90.3%, and 94.2%.
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Jeff Mirviss Nov 4
Live: Lunch symposium on disease with Dr Silver and Mr. Black
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Joseph L. Mills MD 24 Nov 17
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