Tag: Dispatches from the vascular front

Dispatches: COVID-19 and getting to grips with a new vascular order

At first there was chaos. Then came adaptation and recognition of what was coming down the pipe—followed by assimilation into a new kind of...

Dispatches: Vascular surgery and pandemic redeployment in New Orleans

At one point in the COVID-19 pandemic timeline, New Orleans was in a perilous position. In late March, the Louisiana governor reported that the...

Dispatches from the vascular front: A vascular nursing perspective in times...

For almost the first month after COVID-19 hit New Orleans with a vengeance, vascular nurse Jayme Boudreaux, APRN, found herself largely stuck at home,...

Dispatches from the vascular front: Embracing telemedicine in COVID-19 era

DALLAS—William P. Shutze, MD, has not long since finished his day's practice—a shift in which he carried out somewhere in the region of 13...

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...

Dispatches from the vascular front: Early steps beyond COVID-19 peak in...

If Seattle and the broader state of Washington provided the vascular care blueprint for how to proceed once the COVID-19 pandemic started to spread...

Dispatches from the vascular front: Consequences of COVID-19 on a Florida...

The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have landed like a sledgehammer on vascular surgery, reducing much of practice to a standstill. For those in...

Dispatches from the vascular front: A view of COVID-19’s impact on...

Sharif Ellozy, MD, has had just about as near to a front row seat as it gets to the part of the United States...