GREAT study to shed light on long-term outcomes of aortic repair


Ross Milner (Chicago, USA) spoke to Vascular News at the VEITHsymposium about the importance of long-term data for aortic endografts and the GREAT (Global Registry for Endovascular Aortic Treatment) study—a 5,000 patient real-world dataset that will follow patients out to 10 years. GREAT is a truly global registry that includes the types of patients that physicians see “in everyday” practice, according to Milner, who also talks about the peer-reviewed publications that are emerging from this dataset. Milner is the co-national principal investigator for the GREAT study and is a consultant to Gore.


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