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Dr. David Mobley

Interventional Radiologist

Dr. David Mobley is a practicing interventional radiologist at Columbia University in New York.

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Ep. 35

Over-the-Wire Technique for IVC Filter Placement

Dr. David Mobley of Columbia University VIR describes his over-the-wire technique to prevent tilting in IVC filter placement, and the advantages of a tilt free delivery.

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Articles Featuring Dr. Mobley

Tips and Techniques For Over-The-Wire IVC Filter Placement

The OTW technique for IVC filter placement was designed to improve the deployment and positioning of IVC filters while minimizing procedure complications. Dr. Mobley discusses filter stabilization techniques, periprocedural insight, and preferred vascular access sites for OTW IVC filter deployment.

IVC filter over-the-wire placement on medical imaging

Argon Option ELITE IVC Filter Placement Technique

IVC filters are used prophylactically in patients with contraindications to anticoagulants in order to prevent pulmonary embolism. Dr. David Mobley discusses over-the-wire (OTW) IVC filter placement techniques using the Argon Option ELITE filter, and why this technique helps to minimize tilting complications.

Argon Option ELITE IVC Filter

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