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

  • Rivaroxaban in Patients with Symptomatic Peripheral Artery Disease after Lower Extremity Bypass Surgery with Venous and Prosthetic Conduits December 2, 2022
    Patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD) requiring lower extremity revascularization (LER) are at high risk of adverse limb and cardiovascular events. VOYAGER PAD demonstrated that rivaroxaban significantly reduced this risk with an overall favorable net benefit in patients undergoing surgical revascularization; however, the efficacy and safety in those treated by surgical bypass including stratified by […]
    Nicholas Govsyeyev, Mark Nehler, Michael Conte, Sebastian Debus, Jayer Chung, Walter Dorigo, Ivan Gudz, Dainis Krievins, Joseph Mills, Frans Moll, Lars Norgren, Gabriele Piffaretti, Rick Powell, David Szalay, Henrik Sillesen, Max Wohlauer, Michael Szarek, Rupert M. Bauersachs, Sonia S. Anand, Manesh R. Patel, Warren H. Capell, Nicole Jaeger, Connie N. Hess, Eva Muehlhofer, Lloyd P. Haskell, Scott D. Berkowitz, Marc P. Bonaca
  • Collateralization in a patient with occluded celiac and superior mesenteric arteries without symptoms December 1, 2022
    A 54-year-old female patient had presented to the vascular surgery service for consultation owing to a history of ascending aortic enlargement found on an echocardiogram. Her comorbidities included atrial fibrillation, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, cigarette use, and anticoagulation for a mechanic aortic valve. She underwent computed tomography angiography (CTA) of the abdomen and pelvis to determine the […]
    Kyle Steiger, Sukhwinder J.S. Sandhu, Austin M. Veire, Young Erben
  • When is revascularization of an anomalous left vertebral artery necessary prior to its coverage? December 1, 2022
    In the current issue, Potter et al present a series of 17 left vertebral-to-carotid artery transpositions in patients with an anomalous left vertebral artery (aLVA) originating from the arch of the aorta undergoing arch procedures and thoracic endovascular aneurysm repairs that would otherwise require sacrifice or coverage of the aLVA.1 Previously, the largest series of aLVA-to-carotid […]
    Benjamin M. Jackson, Alexander S. Fairman
  • TAO of ruptured aneurysm repair December 1, 2022
    An interesting finding in the report by D’Oria et al1 was that low-volume facilities had similar results after repair of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm using endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair (EVAR) as larger high-volume facilities.1 The Tao teaches us "everything is connected, and nothing makes sense by itself."2 Although there has been debate about EVAR for […]
    R. Clement Darling
  • Effect of Physical Activity and Tobacco Use on Mortality and Morbidity in Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease After Revascularisation: A Korean Nationwide Population Based Cohort Study December 1, 2022
    To investigate the effects of physical activity (PA) and tobacco use on adverse clinical outcomes after revascularisation for peripheral arterial disease (PAD) in the Western Pacific region, where PAD cases and tobacco use are among the highest in the world.
    S. Cha, S.L. Grace, K. Han, B. Kim, N.-J. Paik, W.-S. Kim
  • Reply December 1, 2022
    We would like to thank Drs Wang and Zheng for their comments on our work on adverse events during the waiting period to complex aortic endovascular repair.1 In their letter, Drs Wang and Zheng suggested an online application or a website-based tool by which physicians could follow the process of endograft manufacturing and delivery to […]
    Mario D’Oria, David Lindstrom
  • Selection bias inhibits our ability to interpret outcomes of patient transfer following aortic rupture December 1, 2022
    Centralization of complex surgical care has always been an important point of consideration for physicians in both academic and community environments. Whether it be in surgical oncology, cardiac surgery, or vascular surgery, there are a wealth of available data demonstrating improved outcomes when low-frequency, high-complexity problems are cared for in a centralized fashion. Here, Lim […]
    Ravi R. Rajani