Tag: deep vein thrombosis

mechanical thrombectomy

Mechanical thrombectomy for DVT: Randomized data needed to boost growing evidence...

Two datasets presented during the late-breaking clinical trials session at The VEINS (Venous Endovascular Interventional Strategies) 2022  (Oct. 30–31) in Las Vegas—the latest results...

Key differences in presentation, outcomes for distal versus proximal DVT uncovered

A new study highlights key differences in clinical features and comorbidities, as well as short-term and also long-term outcomes for patients with distal deep...

CLTI, VTE and post-thrombotic syndrome: Leading experts discuss crucial decision-making in...

This advertorial is sponsored by ACHL For Anahita Dua, MBChB, the stark realities and complexities of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) patients undergoing endovascular treatment for...

AVF 2022: Six-month CLOUT data indicate ClotTriever can effectively remove full...

Six-month outcomes from the ongoing CLOUT registry demonstrate the “safety and efficacy” of the ClotTriever thrombectomy system in a real-world deep vein thrombosis (DVT)...

Registry data show greater clot chronicity on post-procedure inspection than initially...

Nearly half of patients deemed pre-procedurally to be suffering an acute case of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) turned out to have a “much more”...

Vetex Medical announces positive one-year outcomes for ReVene thrombectomy catheter

Vetex Medical has announced positive one-year outcomes from a European clinical study of the ReVene thrombectomy catheter. In patients with iliofemoral vein thrombus, the...

Dispatches from the vascular front: COVID-19 strikes New Jersey like ‘tidal...

Operating in the shadow of New York City, Clifford M. Sales, MD, has had his finger on the pulse of North America's two worst-affected...

VenaSeal superior for management of chronic venous insufficiency, finds systematic review

According to a network meta-analysis, the VenaSeal system by Medtronic is “a promising therapeutic option for anatomic success at six months.” The study, published...