How to select the most appropriate treatment for long and calcified superficial femoral artery lesions

LIVE demonstration from Maria Cecilia Hospital, GVM Care & Research - Cotignola, Italy (2017)

Chairpersons: R. Ferraresi, R. Lorenzoni
Operators: F. Castriota, A. Micari
Medical Control Desk: R. Philippart
React@PCR Moderator: R. Philippart

Summary

Consult this session on how to select the most appropriate treatment for long and calcified superficial femoral artery lesions, that includes a LIVE demonstration from Maria Cecilia Hospital, GVM Care & Research - Cotignola, Italy.

Clinical case

A 58-year-old male with severe left leg claudication:
- SFA restenosis
- Used drug eluting balloon

Learning Objectives

  • To discuss lesion specific strategies in complex superficial femoral artery obstructive disease
  • To understand the impact of lesion length and calcification on treatment choice

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  • Session objectives
  • Key learnings: treatment options for long SFA lesion