Vascular Surgery Products

A line of products designed to provide a gentle approach to the treatment of vascular inflammation and infections, for care, topical and systemic treatment of ‘Circulatory and microcirculatory failure, venous stasis, edema, of Ulcers and of Diabetic Foot

All products of this line are constituted by an association of active ingredients, and optimal dosages to ensure a rapid therapeutic effect.

RSS Journal of Vascular Surgery

  • Left Vertebral Artery Revascularization in Distal Aortic Arch Surgery: Comparative Study of Patients With and Without Aberrant Left Vertebral Anatomy October 1, 2023
    Left vertebral artery revascularization is indicated in surgery involving zone 2 of the aortic arch and is typically accomplished indirectly via subclavian artery revascularization. For aberrant left vertebral anatomy, direct revascularization is indicated. Our objective was to compare outcomes of indirect subclavian artery and direct vertebral artery revascularization for the treatment of aortic arch pathology.
    Eimaan Shergill, Farhad R. Udwadia, Maja Grubisic, Konrad Salata, Jonathan Misskey, Jason Faulds
  • Fibromuscular dysplasia incidentally identified with computed tomography angiography October 1, 2023
    A 78-year-old woman had presented to the emergency room with altered mental status after the inadvertent consumption of a cannabis product. A stroke workup was initiated, including computed tomography angiography, which demonstrated severe tortuosity and a beaded appearance of her bilateral internal carotid arteries (A/Cover and B). The radiographic imaging findings, including alternating areas of […]
    Henry Lee, Bethany Lueck, Kevin M. Casey
  • Socioeconomic Factors Predict Successful Supervised Exercise Therapy Completion October 1, 2023
    Supervised exercise therapy (SET) for patients with intermittent claudication can lower the risk of progression to chronic limb threatening ischemia and amputation, while preserving and restoring functional status. Despite supporting evidence, it remains underused and among those who initiate programs, attrition rates are extremely high. We hypothesize that socioeconomic factors may represent significant barriers to […]
    Jack Donohue, Marissa Jarosinski, Katherine Reitz, Yekaterina Khamzina, Jonathan Ledyard, Nathan Liang, Rabih Chaer, Natalie Sridharan
  • Guideline-concordant Arteriovenous Fistula Care With the PREDICT-AVF Web App October 1, 2023
    The aim of this study was to develop a tool for prediction of arteriovenous fistula (AVF) outcomes and guide shared decision-making about access appropriateness and futility in the context of recent Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality Initiative (KDOQI) guidelines. KDOQI guidelines discourage ongoing hemodialysis access salvage attempts after two interventions prior to successful use or three […]
    Patrick Heindel, Tanujit Dey, James J. Fitzgibbon, Dirk M. Hentschel, Michael Belkin, C. Keith Ozaki, Mohamad A. Hussain
  • Automated and Interpretable Deep Learning For Carotid Plaque Analysis Using Ultrasound October 1, 2023
    The aim of this study was to develop an automated and interpretable deep learning method to classify symptomatic vs asymptomatic carotid plaques based on carotid ultrasound imaging.
    Nitish Bhatt, Rashmi Nedadur, Blair Warren, Sebastian Mafeld, Sneha Raju, Jason E. Fish, Bo Wang, Kathryn L. Howe
  • Proximalization of Inflow With Adjunct Arterial Pressure Measurement for Hemodialysis Access-induced Digital ischemia October 1, 2023
    Hemodialysis access-induced distal ischemia (HAIDI) is an uncommon, yet potentially devastating complication of hemodialysis access surgery. Symptomatic HAIDI affects about 10% of dialysis patients and can present with mild hand coolness, rest pain, or tissue loss. Volume flow determines the management of HAIDI and may involve banding; revision using distal inflow; proximalization of inflow, distal […]
    Vincent Narvaez, Samuel Paci, Jeffrey Silpe, Gregg Landis, Yana Etkin
  • Measuring Perianastomotic Pressure to Identify Patients at High-risk for Steal Syndrome October 1, 2023
    Dialysis access-associated steal syndrome (DASS) is a serious complication of hemoaccess surgery. Treatment algorithms involve significant morbidity and failure rates, therefore a tool to identify patients at risk who may benefit from intraoperative flow-restriction would be useful. We present a strategy using dynamic perianastomotic pressure (PAP) measurement to identify patients at risk of developing DASS.
    Matthew Carpiniello, Matthew Dougherty, Gina Biagetti, Callie Dowdy, Douglas Troutman, Keith Calligaro