Complex Long segment SFA CTO and Popliteal intervention with staged TPT/AT intervention. Subintimal crossing technique with Reentry device (Medtronic Pioneer) to access distal vessel - Introduction

Posted: 7/23/2014

1. Access via a retrograde approach 2. Technique and equipment for the retrograde approach. Use of support catheter and wire for retrograde approach after failed antegrade approach. 3. PTA results 4. Angiosome concept 5. Hemostasis

90 year old male, former smoker, non-healing RLE Ulcer, severe tibial disease tendon 90-99% then 100% Performing Physicians: Mustapha/Diaz - Conclusion

Posted: 3/14/2012

Case #4: January 5, 0800Performing physicians: Mustapha/Diaz 90-year-old male, former smoker, non-healing R lower extremity ulcer, severe tibial disease tendon 90-99%, then 100%.PMH: Ischemic cardiomyopathy, CAD, MI, PAD, dementia, S/P COD with stent, NIDDM, NYHA class II CHF, hyperlipidemia.

Distal SFA CTO with AT PTA. Wildcat CTO crossing device with Turbohawk atherectomy - Introduction

Posted: 7/23/2014

An 83-year-old female patient with history of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, hypertension and chronic renal insufficiency presented with resting ischemic pain in the lower left extremity. Physical examination showed absent left popliteal and distal pulses. There were early ischemic skin changes in the left foot.

The Role of Atherectomy in Native Lower Extremity High Plaque Burden - Introduction

Posted: 7/23/2014

A 75-year-old male diabetic who sustained an injury to his foot while he was mowing his lawn. His wound would not heal. SFA is patent but tight popliteal with eccentric calcium. Good distal runoff to the foot.

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