This new edition of Vascular Interventional Radiology: Current Evidence in Endovascular Surgery provides a thorough yet succinct and accessible review of the latest knowledge in the field of endovascular surgery. All chapters have been updated to reflect the advances that have occurred during the past five years, and new chapters are included on carotid artery stenting and day case intervention. The chapter on lower limb veno-occlusive disease has been expanded to include management of deep venous thrombosis. Among the other topics considered are the endovascular treatment options in different arterial territories, aneurysm repair techniques, and the management of venous stenosis and venous insufficiency. The aim throughout is to tackle issues of evidence-based practice in order to assist trainees and experienced practitioners in making and implementing treatment decisions. This book will be an invaluable source of information for both interventional radiologists and vascular surgeons with an interest in endovascular techniques.6.3 Comparison with Manual Compression There are numerous substantial series in the literature describing the use of closure devices. ... This modified device, called Prostar (Abbott Vascular, IL, USA), involves the initial deployment of two sutures in the arterial wall, at right ... 2010). The overall access-related complication rate in the same systematic review was 4.4%. Femoral artery calcification, groinanbsp;...
|Title||:||Vascular Interventional Radiology|
|Author||:||Mark G. Cowling|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-09-22|