Library

Welcome to the Library of Vascupedia. Use our filters on the left side of the page to quickly find the content of your interest. You may select an area of interest and the respective indication or the media type.

Review of the literature

Sub-intimal vs Intra-luminal crossing of arterial CTOs

Are the outcomes affected by crossing type? How do we classify arterial dissections? Which dissection should be treated with additional tools?

December 3, 2020 No Comments
Clinical investigation

Insights from the LIMBSAVE (treatment of critical Limb IscheMia with infragenicular Bypass adopting in situ SAphenous VEin technique) Registry

My presentation at Annual Congress of Portuguese Society of Cardiac, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery about LIMBSAVE Registry

November 27, 2020 No Comments
Webinar

WEBINAR – OCT GUIDED ARTERIAL RECANALISATION: EVIDENCE TO TREAT WHAT YOU REALLY SEE

Welcome

Michael Lichtenberg

OCT guided arterial recanalisation: How to interpret it and how do it

Arne Schwindt

Evidence for OCT guided atherectomy

Michael Lichtenberg

OCT-guided imaging work below the knee

Jaafer Golzar

Recorded case example of OCT imaging

Christos Rammos

Final discussion and closing remarks

Michael Lichtenberg

November 25, 2020 No Comments
Live case

Aortic Arch Stenting

Dr. Eric E. Roselli, Director of the Aorta Center, discusses Aortic Arch Stenting: The Cleveland Clinic Technique at the 2019 CLE Care of Aortic Dissection Symposium.

Sign up to learn more about the Comprehensive Lifelong Expeditious (CLE) Care of Aortic Disease™ Symposium, September 17 – 18, 2021, www.ccfcme.org/aorticdisease21

Visit the Cleveland Clinic Aorta Center, https://my.clevelandclinic.org/departments/heart/depts/aorta-center

Case report

Endovascular treatment of in-stent restenosis of right ICA using dual layer micromesh Roadsaver stent

This is an interesting and unusual case of in-stent restenosis after CAS.

The patient had been stented on both ICA , left side with dual layer micro mesh stent and right side with an open cell design, Protege, Medtronic.

Restenosis occured on the right side where open cell stent was placed, even though leftside was stented before.

We decided to go for a “stent in stent” solution in order to achieve better result, and Roadsaver stent was chosen for this purpose.

Final result was satisfaying.

 

August 5, 2020 No Comments
Experts opinion
Video Thumbnail - click for more.

IVUS vs Angio – Introduction to Intravascular Ultrasound

Dr Lichtenberg and Dr Stavroulakis discuss the IVUS technical characteristics and the rationale for using IVUS to complement angiography in PAD intervention.