Tag: VASCC

Collaborators not cases: Engaging patients with aortic dissections as partners in...

To date, research in aortic dissection has focused on management and outcomes focused on technical results, and survival. Little is known about what is...

WFVS seeks to help shape future of global vascular training through...

The World Federation of Vascular Societies (WFVS) recently entered a new era of governance with the aim of better disseminating science and best practices...

Strength in numbers: Global VASCC COVID-19 project helps identify framework to...

When Robert Cuff, MD, and Max Wohlauer, MD, first launched the Vascular Surgery COVID-19 Collaborative (VASCC) back in the spring of 2020, the pandemic...

Vascular Specialist–January 2022

In this issue: "Strength in numbers": Global VASCC COVID-19 registries have already helped identify a framework to tackle delayed cases with applicability both inside...

Vascular surgery COVID-19 registry participants probe state of practice amid winter...

The question of the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on vascular practice continues to occupy members of the specialty. Contributors to a global vascular surgery registry...

SPECIAL REPORT: Across the world—early impact of COVID-19 on vascular surgeons

COVID-19 has changed our world and surgical practices as vascular surgeons. We have been faced with unforeseen challenges, and the professional impact has been...

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...

Registry launches pair of studies on vascular complications related to COVID-19

The new Vascular Surgery COVID-19 Collaborative (VASCC) is ready to start collecting data on two projects. The first study to emerge from the international registry,...

New COVID-19-focused vascular registry gains IRB approval

A new vascular surgery registry launched to leverage key data gathered in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic—and aimed at helping prepare for the...