2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the first successful human endovascular aneurysm repair, performed by Juan Parodi, MD. We look back on his early work on EVAR while a trainee at Cleveland Clinic and ahead to the procedure’s continuing evolution.
Five-year results from 1,300 EVAR patients in the ENCORE database confirm the safety and durability of endovascular repair and establish a helpful benchmark for other stent grafts and techniques.
A new study shows that Cleveland Clinic is bucking a U.S. trend toward decreased use of open aortic repair. Learn why this finding is fueling support for changes in vascular surgery training at the national level.
Cleveland Clinic’s Heart & Vascular Institute Chair curates news items worth a look for their implications on cardiovascular care and practice management.
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Cleveland Clinic is participating in two new clinical trials evaluating potential endovascular solutions for common iliac aneurysms.