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1 Evolving Strategies in the Treatment of Peripheral Vascular Disease Ravish Sachar MD, FACC Wake Heart and Vascular

2 Disclosures Educational Grants: Boston Scientific, Abbott Vascular, ev3 Consultant: Abbott Vascular, ev3 Speakers Bureau: Boston Scientific, Abbott Vascular

3 Atherosclerosis Common Etiology  30-60% of pts with PVD have carotid disease  50-60% of pts with carotid disease have coronary disease  10% of pts with coronary disease have carotid disease

4 Results of Coronary Angiograms in 634 Patients with PAD 8.5%

5 Patient Survival by ABI Newman et al ATVB 1999;19;

6 Five year mortality rates PVD versus Cancer *Criqui M. Presentation: Vascular Medicine of the Lower Extremities at the American Diabetes Association’s Scientific Sessions June 1999

7 PVD ….What are the goals? Asymptomatic – treat risk factors Claudication – medical therapy or revascularization to improve symptoms Critical Limb Ischemia – prevent amputation and limb loss

8 Goal…Prevention of Amputation

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10 Diagnosis Non-invasive – Bedside Ankle-Brachial Index – Lower extremity Segmental Pressures and PVRs – Arterial Duplex imaging – MRA – CTA Invasive – Angiograpy

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15 Magnetic Resonance Angiography

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19 Disease Patterns Non-Diabetics Diabetics

20 Aorto Iliac Disease

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25 SFA Disease

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27 SFA OCCLUSION

28 prepost

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31 Subintimal Angioplasty

32 Reentry Catheters Outback Pioneer

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34 SFA – PTA/Stenting Post

35 Knee Extension Knee Flexion Problems with SFA Stenting….

36 With Knee Flexion

37 Compression 3. Extension / Contraction 1. Torsion 2. Flexion4. Forces Exerted on Stents in SFA

38 Type I Type II Type III Type IV

39 Directional Atherectomy

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41 Atherectomy

42 After Before Directional Atherectomy

43 Orbital Atherectomy

44 Rotational Atherectomy

45 Laser Atherectomy

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47 Conclusions Peripheral Vascular Disease is very prevalent in patients with cardiac disease PVD is underdiagnosed and undertreated High Mortality with PVD – usually due to cardiac causes There are many revascularization options available to patients to improve quality of life

48 Thank You!

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50 PercutaneousSurgical Patient Preference

51 Treating Critical Limb Ischemia Primary Treatment for severe PVD in the 1800’s

52 Treating Critical Limb Ischemia In some places Primary Treatment for severe PVD in 2008

53 Amputations – current data Less than 20% get an angiogram Only 50% get an ABI Most of these patients do have limb salvage options It is not conservative treatment to amputate!

54 “For some reason, it is considered conservative treatment to chop someone’s leg off and aggressive treatment to even do an angiogram”

55 Amputation (Impact!!) Survivors who ambulate (prosthesis) BKA % AKA - 25% Psychological testing :“worse than cancer”

56 Possibilities….

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