Wednesday
SESSION 23: LOWER EXTREMITY OCCLUSIVE DISEASE MANAGEMENT HOT TOPICS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS
SESSION 23 SCHEDULE
6:40 AM - 6:45 AM Some CLI Patients Are Better Managed Without Revascularization: Which Ones
  Presenter(s):Frank J. Criado, MD, FACS, FSVM  
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6:46 AM - 6:51 AM What Is The Optimal Waiting Period After Endo Or Open Revascularization To Perform Local Procedures For Foot Infection, Gangrene Or Necrosis
  Presenter(s):Wayne J. Caputo, DPM  
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6:52 AM - 6:57 AM Tips And Tricks For Achieving Healing And Limb Salvage With Ischemic Heel Ulcers And Gangrene: The Achilles Tendon And Part Of The Os Calcis May Have To Go
  Presenter(s):Palma M. Shaw, MD / Frank J. Veith, MD  
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6:58 AM - 7:03 AM Delay In Revascularization May Lead To Disaster In Diabetic Patients With Diabetic Foot Ulcers And Infection: What Is The Optimal Treatment Sequence For Drainage And Revascularization
  Presenter(s):Katariina M. Noronen, MD  
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7:04 AM - 7:09 AM Single vs. Multivessel Tibial Interventions For CLI: A Large Single Institution Study Shows Multivessel Treatment Offers No Benefit
  Presenter(s):Marc L. Schermerhorn, MD  
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7:10 AM - 7:15 AM DEBATE: When Is CLI Best Treated By Endovascular Techniques And When By Open Bypass: The Latter Has An Important Role In Many Patients (What Percent)
  Presenter(s):Francesco Spinelli, MD  
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7:16 AM - 7:21 AM DEBATE: All CLI Patients Can And Should Be Treated By An Endo-First Approach: Few (What Percent) Will Require Open Surgical Revascularization At Any Point In Their Course
  Presenter(s):Andrej Schmidt, MD  
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7:22 AM - 2:27 AM True Lumen vs. Subintimal Routes For Lower Extremity Interventions Above-The-Knee (ATK) And Below-The-Knee (BTK): What Is Durability Of BTK Interventions
  Presenter(s):Marco G. Manzi, MD  
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7:28 AM - 7:33 AM Value Of The Bullfrog Balloon Catheter (Mercator) For Local Adventitial Drug Delivery Into Occlusive Lesions: Dexamethasone And Paclitaxel Can Be Injected: Results Of The DANCE And LIMBO Trials
  Presenter(s):George L. Adams, M.D.  
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7:34 AM - 7:39 AM Importance Of Foot And Ankle Occlusive Lesions In CLI With Gangrene: When And How To Treat It: Principles, Techniques And Limitations
  Presenter(s):Roberto Ferraresi, MD  
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7:40 AM - 7:46 AM Panel Discussion
END OF SESSION 23
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