Femoropopliteal bypass is associated with decreased reinterventions at one year compared to endovascular therapy in patients with advanced premature peripheral arterial disease (PAD). This is the primary conclusion of Tanner I Kim (Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, USA) and colleagues, writing in an article recently published online in the Journal of Vascular Surgery. The […]
Category: Peripheral arterial disease
Rupert Bauersachs (Darmstadt, Germany) talks to Cardiovascular News about the VOYAGER-PAD trial, the results of which he presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 70th Annual Scientific Session (ACC.21, 15–17 May, virtual) and which highlighted a reduced risk of ischaemic events in peripheral artierial disease (PAD) patients receiving rivaroxaban. The analysis, presented by Bauersachs, focused […]
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