During the past decade, multiple technologies have been developed for treatment of superficial femoral artery (SFA) diseases, including balloon angioplasty, bare nitinol self-expanding stents, drug-eluting nitinol stents, and drug-coated balloons. Although many endovascular treatment options exist, nitinol stents remain a mainstay of SFA therapy.
The aim of this experts discussion in live broadcast will be to share and argue around SFA complex angioplasties with a new self expanding nitinol stent, made in one-wire technology without any welds and solders applicable to these two artery locations..
You will have the opportunity to watch these 2 recorded cases at the sIRcro 2017
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Maged R. Is it precise enough to be used for ostial SFA lesions?
Maged R. have you done frog leg position angio for Jaguar in the popliteals to check compression?
Maher M. excellent disscussion
Alan K. what closure device was used in the first case?
narayana reddy B. Can we use this stent for suprainguinal narrowing
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