Techniques & Technology

Covering CHIVA Strategy for CVD

CHIVA strategy represents an effective saphenous-sparing therapeutic approach for lower limb chronic venous disease. Learn how CHIVA strategy can be a part of your everyday practice.

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The ASVAL Technique

Not every patient matches a “one size fits all” strategy. ASVAL calls into question the usual approach of systematically treating the saphenous vein by stripping or ablation.

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The landmark ATTRACT trial measures how catheter-directed thrombolysis may reduce the incidence of PTS in patients with acute lower extremity DVT. What exactly do the findings mean for your patients?

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Latest Articles About Techniques & Technology

Telehealth versus Telemedicine The terms telehealth and telemedicine are constantly evolving; however, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources defines telehealth as “the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, pati ...

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How Can You Help Betty be Compliant with Your Prescription of Compression Therapy?

Helping patients to succeed in their compression treatment therapy for improved quality of life associated with chronic venous disease or lymphedema.

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Is the Changing Medical Device Market Landscape Forcing an Innovation Plateau in the United States?

Chip Draper speaks to respected inventor, writer and teacher Lazar Greenfield, MD about the medical device landscape.

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Evidence Based Treatment of Superficial Venous Insufficiency

For venous care, evidence based guidelines now exist for treatment of superficial venous insufficiency. All practitioners who care for superficial venous disease should be familiar with current recommendations.

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Men & Vein Disease: The Numbers are Higher Than You Might Think

For many years, it is been concluded that women suffer from varicose veins substantially more than men.Prevalence was always thought to be significantly higher in women than men according to 70 years of research--until now.

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IVC Filters and the Recent Trials

Despite the surge in IVC filter use in recent years, there isn’t any definitive evidence that shows a corresponding decline in pulmonary embolism rates. This study aims to find out why.

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Venous Duplex – 2 Sides of the Coin

Newer-generation CVI physicians and technologists outside of traditional vascular surgery backgrounds may have gaps in their training. We seek to remedy that.

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Better Visualization: A Closer look at Syris Scientific’s v900L

Vein specialists have used Syris Scientific predicate devices for more than 15 years. The latest v900L is both lightweight and operates much cooler than previous models.

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Effective Vascular Interventions: Are We Comparing Apples to Cows?

As doctors, there comes a time where you need to ask, do my patients define medical success the same way I do? Find the common denominator.

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Sclerotherapy for Telangiectasia and Reticular Veins

Doctors believe they can treat these veins one-by-one, yet that method results in negative consequences. Here’s what to do instead.

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