26 Nov 2017

ACP 31ST ANNUAL CONGRESS – NEW HORIZONS; 810 ATTEND, 350 EXHIBIT

The buzz of energy surrounding the American College of Phlebology’s (ACP) Annual Congress in Austin was undeniable as medical healthcare providers gathered from all over the globe for the four-day event. With more than 810 attendees and more than 350 exhibitors, it was a full house. “The feedback from this

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11 Apr 2018

ANGIODYNAMICS TO PRESENT AT TWO INVESTOR CONFERENCES IN MAY

Michael Greiner   AngioDynamics Inc., a provider of minimally invasive medical devices for vascular access, peripheral vascular disease, surgery and oncology, will present at the following two investor conferences in May: Deutsche Bank 43rd Annual Healthcare Conference, 3:30 p.m. May 8 in Boston. President and CEO Jim Clemmer and Executive Vice

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10 Apr 2018

VARITHENA IS AN ELEGANT SOLUTION FOR C6 ULCER

At 4 months post-treatment, Tom’s wound remained closed and he stated that he was very satisfied with the treatment.     By Kenneth Otah, MD, MSc, FACC Patients with venous ulcers make up over up more than 70 percent of nonhealing ulcers. By the time these patients are referred to

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03 Apr 2018

AMERICAN VEIN OWNERS TEACH CUTTING EDGE VEIN PROCEDURES IN CHINA

American Vein & Vascular Institute owners Gordon F. Gibbs, MD, and Erin Gibbs have returned from 10 days in China teaching Chinese doctors contemporary vascular healthcare practices. In partnership with Medtronic, Dr. and Mrs. Gibbs recently traveled to Beijing and Shanghai, teaching 50 Chinese doctors through presentations, training sessions and

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03 Apr 2018

BUREAUCRAT MYSTERY: CMS CANCELS EXCITE RULE TO SPEED MEDICAL DEVICE MANUFACTURING

Just when you thought the government was going to cut through its own red tape to help get medical devices to the market quicker, the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) decided that it must have lost its mind. The CMS has withdrawn a proposed rule intended to

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03 Apr 2018

BTG OPTALYSE PE TRIAL RESULTS REINFORCE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF SHORTER, LOWER DOSE EKOS THERAPY FOR PE

BTG plc highlighted OPTALYSE PE one-year trial results, presented at the International Society on Endovascular Therapy in Florida in February. The findings confirm that bilateral pulmonary embolism (PE) patients treated in as little as two hours with a total tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) dose as low as 8mg continue to

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03 Apr 2018

APRIL VTN REPORT

  Vein Therapy News    Industry Report     CIGNA PURCHASING EXPRESS SCRIPTS FOR $67B ON HEELS OF CVS-AETNA VERTICAL MERGER Cigna, which failed in an attempt to merge with Anthem last year, is now going to purchase Express Scripts, the country’s largest pharmacy benefit management (PBM) firm, for $67 billion. Cigna

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27 Mar 2018

9TH ANNUAL VS WILL WELCOME 400+ TO TIMES SQUARE APRIL 5-7

By Larry Storer The 9th Annual Venous Symposium, directed by Drs. Antonio Gasparis and Nicos Labropoulos, will convene April 5-7 at the Sheraton New York Times Square in New York City. More than 400 physicians, scientists, researchers, allied health professionals and industry professionals representing more than 40 states and 30

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27 Mar 2018

CYNOSURE TOUTS TEMPSURE ENVI TO IMPROVE SKIN

Cynosure, now a part of Hologic, is releasing a radiofrequency system for performing aesthetic procedure on the skin, including for reduction of wrinkles and other facial lines, tightening of skin by coagulating soft tissue, and making cellulite look more attractive than its natural self. The system is already FDA cleared. The

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27 Mar 2018

“ADVANCES IN PHLEBOLOGY AND VENOUS SURGERY VOLUME 1,” VENOUS SURGERY BOOK, NOW PUBLISHED IN PAPERBACK

A venous surgery book, highlighting the latest advances in the treatment of varicose veins and venous leg ulcers, is now available in paperback. The hardback came out in December 2017 and the paperback in late January. “Advances in Phlebology and Venous Surgery Volume 1” (ISBN-13: 978-1908586032) was edited by Mark

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27 Mar 2018

HOSPITAL’S B-HIVE SYSTEM PACKS FULL MEDICAL BROADCAST SYSTEM INTO ONE UNIT

A great deal of advanced medical training involves witnessing surgeries and listening to the guidance, suggestions, and recommendations of the people performing them. Typically, this is done on-site, which often involves costly travel expenses plus a lot of time wasted simply getting to the lesson. There are alternatives available, such

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