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Left SFA CTO with antegrade and retrograde crossing with NaviCross. Discussion regarding Supine Popliteal access - Introduction

Posted: 7/23/2014

A 72-year-old male patient with long standing history of diabetes mellitus and hypertension presented with critical limb ischemia in the lower left extremity. There was gangrene in the big toe and significant skin breakdown at the heel area. Physical examination showed 1+ right and 3+ left femoral pulses. Popliteal and distal pulses were non-palpable.

68 year old female with Rutherford class III, nonsmoker, CAD, CABG -1997, DM Type 2, Hyperlipidemia, HTN, PAD - Introduction

Posted: 7/23/2014

68 year old female with Rutherford class III, nonsmoker, CAD, CABG -1997, DM Type 2, Hyperlipidemia, HTN, PAD.

Left SFA CTO with antegrade and retrograde crossing with NaviCross. Discussion regarding Supine Popliteal access - Conclusion

Posted: 7/23/2014

A 72-year-old male patient with long standing history of diabetes mellitus and hypertension presented with critical limb ischemia in the lower left extremity. There was gangrene in the big toe and significant skin breakdown at the heel area. Physical examination showed 1+ right and 3+ left femoral pulses. Popliteal and distal pulses were non-palpable.

68 year old female with Rutherford class III, nonsmoker, CAD, CABG -1997, DM Type 2, Hyperlipidemia, HTN, PAD. - Intervention

Posted: 3/13/2012

Case #1: January 4, 0800 Performing physicians: Mustapha/Karenko 68-year-old female with Rutherford class III, nonsmoker, CAD, CABG -1997, DM Type II, hyperlipidemia, HTN, PAD, Physical exam: No wounds (HbA1c: 7; BMI 36.6) Diagnostics: • Pre-procedure ABI: R 0.45, L 0.78 • CTA: abnormal suggesting R SFA occlusion; L AT occlusion.

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