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

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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:

JVS

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 vascular.org/JVS-Gende redMedicalManagementMarch23

3. “Comparison of upper extremity and transfemoral access for fenestrated-branched endovascular aortic repair,” with a visual abstract. Visit vascular.org/JVS-F-BEVARMarch23

4. “Mortality analysis of endovascular aneurysm sealing versus endovascular aneurysm repair,” with a visual abstract. Visit vascular.org/JVS-MoralityAnalysisMarch23

JVS-VL

1. “Clinical tolerance of untreated reflux after iliac vein stent placement.” Visit vascular.org/JVSVL-LilacVeinStentMarch23

2. “Percutaneous superior vena cava puncture for hemodialysis catheter placement.” Visit vascular.org/JVSVL-SuperiorVenaCavaPunctureMarch23

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 vascular.org/JVSVL-StentMarch23

4. “A practice audit of short-term outcomes of Wallstent versus Venovo stents for the treatment of non-thrombotic iliac vein outflow stenoses.” Visit vascular.org/JVSVL-IliacVeinOutflowMarch23

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