In This Issue:
The Art of Lesion Access
Tips and techniques for gaining access, as well as current options for closure.
Guest Chief Medical Editor's Page The Art of Vessel Access By John H. Rundback, MD, FSVM, FAHA, FSIRCover Stories
Alternative Access for Tibial Intervention Top 5 Viewed Techniques for treating challenging lesions. By Bret N. Wiechmann, MD
Radial Access for Peripheral Vascular Procedures Top 5 Viewed Why and how this approach is used for arterial access in peripheral endovascular procedures. By John T. Coppola, MD, and Cezar Staniloae, MD
Crossing the Challenging Aortic Bifurcation Top 5 Viewed A stepwise approach to getting “up and over” for the diagnosis and treatment of peripheral vascular disease and how to choose the right guidewire, catheter, sheath, and technique. By Kevin “Chaim” Herman, MD
Vascular Closure Update Top 5 Viewed The current trends and future directions of vascular closure technology. By Joshua L. Weintraub, MD; Thomas J. Ward, MD; and Edward Kim, MD
Telestrator Uses in the Cath Lab This adjunctive imaging technology provides opportunities for educational tools and improved performance in lesion assessment and access. By Jacob Cynamon, MD, and Kevin “Chaim” Herman, MD
A panel of interventional experts weighs in on how they would access and treat a series of challenging access case presentations.
With John H. Rundback, MD, FSVM, FAHA, FSIR; Mark W. Burket, MD; Bruce H. Gray, DO; Craig Walker, MD; and Michael Wholey, MD, MBA
Hypogastric Preservation Top 5 Viewed A simple technique for preserving the hypogastric artery during AAA endograft procedures. By Karthikeshwar Kasirajan, MDToday's Practice
Supplying Demand Vascular surgeon Sean P. Lyden, MD, discusses his role as the Medical Director for Clinical Supply Chain Management and the multifaceted decision-making process involved in selecting the devices used at the Cleveland Clinic.Departments
Innovations A preview of today's new products.
An Interview With Hiroyoshi Yokoi, MD An experienced endovascular interventionist from Japan shares his thoughts on the Harmonization by Doing Initiative and explains how difficult lesions are treated at his institution with high rates of success.