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24 Jun 2018

INTACT VASCULAR OFFERS TOBA BTK DATA

Intact Vascular Inc., a developer of medical devices for minimally invasive peripheral vascular procedures, has praised the publication of the Tack Optimized Balloon Angioplasty Below the Knee (TOBA BTK) clinical trial results in the current issue of Catheterization and Cardiovascular Intervention. This multi-center pilot study focused on collecting data supporting

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24 Jun 2018

AMERICAN VEIN AIDS HEALTH4HAITI BY DONATING 50 SETS OF SCRUBS

American Vein & Vascular Institute recently donated more than 50 sets of scrubs to Health4Haiti, a non-profit that improves lives and healthcare outcomes for the citizens of Gonaives, Haiti. Gonaives is currently served by one public hospital, according to Health4Haiti’s website (healthfourhaiti.com), and that hospital has been destroyed twice due

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21 Jun 2018

MOST VENOUS DISEASE CAN BE CLASSIFIED AS COSMETIC

      By Ronald Bush, MD, FACS In 1992, I left a busy practice of thoracic and vascular surgery and began the in-office treatment of varicose veins. At that time, high ligation and stripping using tumescent with ultra sound guided assistance was our treatment of choice for saphenous insufficiency.

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14 Jun 2018

VEIN SPECIALISTS PODCAST WITH VTN’S OWN GARY PITTMAN

Gary Pittman from Vein Therapy News joins Vein Specialists today to discuss his background and experience with the vein industry. Vein Therapy News is teaming with the latest news on products, services, and breakthroughs in the vein treatment industry. We discuss technology and how it is changing the face of

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13 Jun 2018

CASE STUDY: MANAGING PERSISTENT SWELLING AFTER ENDOVENOUS ABLATION

  By Tim Crawlield I have practiced phleboloby for six years and I learned early in my career that patients with swelling in the lower extremities — swelling that cannot be contained by elastic graduated compression stockings — do not benefit from endovenous ablations. My general rule of thumb is

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