Tag: endovascular

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The vascular biology behind endovascular therapies

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) produces a global health burden and remains a leading cause of disability, limb loss and reduced quality of life. PAD...
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CATHI joins with VSS to launch world’s first online training programme...

Germany-based endovascular simulator supplier CATHI has joined forces with UK-based Vascular Simulation Solutions (VSS) to offer the world’s first online training masterclass using endovascular...

Cydar Medical announces strategic collaboration with Medtronic

Cydar Medical recently announced it has entered a strategic collaboration with Medtronic. Under the pilot arrangement, Cydar’s EV Maps software will be introduced to...
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Tractus Vascular announces first-in-man use of Tractus Crossing Support Catheter with...

Tractus Vascular recently announced the first-in-man use of the Tractus Crossing Support Catheter (Tractus CSC). The Tractus CSC represents a highly novel approach to...

Study confirms efficiency of Upstream Peripheral’s GoBack catheter for complex lower...

Upstream Peripheral Technologies announced today that its GoBack catheter for crossing and re-entry was proven very effective for patients undergoing complex revascularisations in lower...

FDA clears 12 new XO Cross microcatheters

Transit Scientific has announced US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance of new hydrophilic-coated XO Cross microcatheters for guidewire support, exchange, and contrast media...

Patients’ wishes and multidisciplinary approach central to EndoAVF creation with WavelinQ

NOTE: This editorial is ONLY available to read in selected countries and geographies This advertorial is sponsored by BD. This advertorial is part of...

Head-to-head trial shows superiority of FemoSeal over ProGlide for peripheral interventions

Results of the randomised, prospective, multicentre STEP trial show that the FemoSeal vascular closure system (Terumo) is superior to the Perclose ProGlide suture-mediated closure...

Favourable cost-effectiveness results for endovascular SFA treatment in claudicants

From a cost-effectiveness standpoint, primary stenting of the superficial femoral artery (SFA) for the treatment of intermittent claudication can, in many countries, be used...
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Inaugural CX Aortic Vienna to take place online

The inaugural CX Aortic Vienna meeting will be livestreamed 8–11 September 2020 to an international, online audience, and will include registrant participation, interaction, and...

Global support network “will improve the representation of women in endovascular...

While more than 60% of medical students are female, the number of women in endovascular medicine is low, report Bella Huasen and Agnieszka Solberg....

NIH provides US$2.8 million grant to develop steerable robotic guidewire

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute has awarded a US$2.8 million grant to support the development of an...

Oxygen monitoring predicts wound healing in critical limb ischaemia patients after...

Preliminary findings from an initial study with 25 patients have shown that measuring the changes in oxygen concentration at baseline, during, and after endovascular...

More than one in six patients with PAD who undergo revascularisation...

A study of nearly 62,000 hospitalisations nationwide in the USA has found that more than one in six patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD)...

CIRSE launches new journal—CVIR Endovascular

Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE) has announced the start of a new journal, CVIR Endovascular, which will be an offshoot of...