Prevention of complications in vascular and endovascular surgery is an important consideration for all practicing surgeons. The keys to achieving clinical success are based on careful selection of both patient and procedure, along with meticulous operative and endovascular techniques. Management of complications requires careful planning and urgent intervention.
This concise, practical text provides the reader with
- A stepwise approach to diagnosis
- Guidance on avoiding technical pitfalls
- Advice on re-interventions
- Case examples to aid clinical practice
The early diagnosis of complications, followed by prompt action and intervention, is key to improving clinical outcomes. This well-illustrated, concise, and practical book ensures that vascular and endovascular surgeons will be able to optimize clinical results and patient care.
Endovascular and Surgical Removal of Foreign Body (Catheter Wires and Sheaths) from the Vascular System. Review Multiple Choice Questions.