Tag: endovascular aneurysm repair

Less frequent post-EVAR surveillance might be safe in some patient groups,...

Results from the multicentre, retrospective ODYSSEUS study carried out in The Netherlands suggest that less frequent surveillance after endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) may be...

Stable and reliable: A vascular surgeon’s perspective on the benefits of...

This advertorial is sponsored by Shape Memory Medical. Smart Polymer is a new shape memory polymer technology, available to endovascular specialists, that is incorporated into...
Gustavo Oderich

F/BEVAR review reveals less than 20% of patients suffered intraoperative adverse...

A retrospective evaluation of 600 fenestrated or branched endovascular aneurysm repairs (F/BEVARs) for the treatment of complex aneurysms revealed that fewer than one in...

“Significant variations in the interpretation of the ESVS AAA guidelines” remain...

In a study of over 100,000 intact abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repairs, an increase in the proportion of patients undergoing endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR)...
abdominal aortic aneurysm

Concern for outgrowing EVAR suitability in small AAA “unwarranted” within two-year...

“The majority of patients eligible for EVAR when entering a surveillance programme for small AAA remain eligible after two years,” write Annalise...
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Shape Memory Medical announces first patient enrolment in AAA-SHAPE study

Shape Memory Medical has announced the initiation of AAA-SHAPE, the company’s prospective safety study of the Impede-FX embolisation plug devices when used for abdominal...