Tag: Multidisciplinary care

Diversity in care: ‘From being exclusive to more inclusive’

The role diversity played in the past, how it functions in the present, and where it might take vascular surgery in the future formed...

SCAI releases multi-society position statement focused on core competencies for endovascular...

The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions (SCAI) has released a position statement outlining competencies for endovascular specialists who provide care for chronic limb-threatening...

Hospital wins battle against time for one patient’s aortic emergency

This advertorial is sponsored by Tampa General Hospital. Aortic emergencies, if not diagnosed and managed in due time, are, of course, life threatening. Responding to...

Research reveals improved outcomes, decreased mortality in management of aortic dissections...

The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation (MHIF) has announced the publication of research showing improved patient outcomes and significantly decreased 30-day mortality in aortic dissection patients...

Crawford Forum on multispecialty vascular care: ‘We can work together’

New Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) President Ali AbuRahma, MD, put on an E. Stanley Crawford Critical Issues Forum at this year’s Vascular Annual...

The vasculature united: Bringing together competing specialties for better patient care

Incoming Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) President Ali AbuRahma, MD, knows the topic of this year’s E. Stanley Crawford Critical Issues Forum at the...

Fighting the good fight: The case for multidisciplinary limb salvage in...

Dramatic increases in rates of diabetes—particularly among Black females—through 2060 underscore the importance of a multidisciplinary team approach to limb salvage, according to Vincent...

Disproportionately more women are affected by depression when pursuing specialty PAD...

A disproportionately higher percentage of women are affected by depressive symptoms when they seek specialty care for new or worsening peripheral arterial disease (PAD)...