March’s free-access articles in JVS, JVS-VL


The March issues of the Journal of Vascular Surgery (JVS) and JVS: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders (JVS-VL) include eight articles that will be available via free-access by Feb. 21 (JVS-VL) and Feb. 23 (JVS). The fully accessible peer-review papers are as follows:


1. “Early peripheral vascular interventions for claudication are associated with higher rates of late interventions and progression to CLTI,” Editor’s Choice, with a visual abstract. Visit vascular. org/JVS-ClaudicationCLTIMarch23

2. “Females are less likely to receive best medical therapy for stroke prevention before and after carotid revascularization than males,” with a visual abstract and continuing medical education (CME) credit possible. This paper is set to be featured on an episode of the popular Audible Bleeding podcast. Visit redMedicalManagementMarch23

3. “Comparison of upper extremity and transfemoral access for fenestrated-branched endovascular aortic repair,” with a visual abstract. Visit

4. “Mortality analysis of endovascular aneurysm sealing versus endovascular aneurysm repair,” with a visual abstract. Visit


1. “Clinical tolerance of untreated reflux after iliac vein stent placement.” Visit

2. “Percutaneous superior vena cava puncture for hemodialysis catheter placement.” Visit

3. “Venous stent patency is independent of total stented length in non-thrombotic iliac vein and post-thrombotic venous stenoses,” Editor’s Choice and CME credit possible. Visit

4. “A practice audit of short-term outcomes of Wallstent versus Venovo stents for the treatment of non-thrombotic iliac vein outflow stenoses.” Visit


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