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SFA CTO with atherectomy using NaviCross and Viance Catheter - Conclusion

Posted: 7/23/2014

A 66-year-old male patient presented with a large non-healing wound and exposed bone at the base of the right great toe for almost 9 months. The patient previously received a superficial femoral artery stent for a diabetic foot ulcer.

53 year old male inpatient for CLI, ambulates with cane, left foot in a cast, right foot with dry gangrene and necrotic toes. - Access

Posted: 3/14/2012

Case #3: January 4, 1300Performing physicians: Mustapha/Saab 53-year-old male inpatient for CLI, ambulates with cane, L foot in a cast, R foot with dry gangrene and necrotic toes.PMH: dyslipidemia, obesity, IDDM, HTN, neuropathy, nephropathy (ESRD: dialysis M-W-F), CAD, PAD, TIA, CHF.Diagnostics:

75 year old male with history of CABG, HTN, DM and PAD. Previous right AO-FEM, left and right FEM-POP bypass. M. Laiq Raja, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Posted: 2/24/2016

75 year old male with history of CABG, HTN, DM and PAD. Previous right AO-FEM, left and right FEM-POP bypass. Repeat FEM-POP bypass secondary to occluded bypasses. Patient presents with resting pain to the left lower extremity, occluded FEM-POP bypass and right iliac artery.

Patient recently underwent complete endovascular revascularization of right lower extremity. Patient presents with infected groins and FEM-POP occlusion.M. Laiq Raja, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Posted: 2/24/2016

Patient recently underwent complete endovascular revascularization of right lower extremity. Patient presents with infected groins and FEM-POP occlusion.

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 - Conclusion

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

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