SFA Revascularization in CLI patients is associated with high TLR (Target Lesion Revascularization) rates. This is in particular true for patients with complex SFA diseases (long lesions, high calcium burden, occlusions) that require sub intimal crossing.
Famous specialists of CLI at Abano Terme Italy will present in live the rationale for subintimal lumen stabilization, and the results of the SUPERSUB study.
This represents important steps in the treatment of lower limb at risk in order to comfort acute results
|16:00||Welcome and Introduction to the topic - Dr. Manzi|
|16:10||SUPERA case report - SFA calcified occlusion : Step by step training for Supera Stent - Dr. Manzi / Dr. Palena|
|16:30||SUPERSUB study rationale and results - Dr. Palena|
|16:50||SUPERA case report II - Tasc D CTO : A mix of complex Techniques for Supera StentDr. Manzi / Dr. Palena|
|17:10||Discussion - Dr. Manzi / Dr. Palena|
|17:20||Conclusion and outlook - Dr. Manzi|