Fully percutaneous abdominal aortic aneurysm treatment
With aging populations, the prevalence of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is increasing. New technologies promise successful, fully percutaneous treatments of AAA which can patient benefit a majority of patients and these treatment should find their natural place in the work of all interventional cardiologists. Learn how – and why – in this conversation with P. Musialek, E. Vuruskan and A. Cremonesi as they discuss such points as imaging tools and the selection criteria such as anatomy that allow you to match the ideal patient with available devices and techniques. With up to 80% of patients eligible for these treatments today, shouldn’t you watch now?