Dr. Steven Abramowitz on the BackTable Podcast

Dr. Steven Abramowitz

Vascular Surgeon

Dr. Steven Abramowitz is a practicing vascular surgeon at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.


Podcasts Featuring Dr. Abramowitz

Ep. 59

Endovascular Treatment of DVT

Vascular Surgeons David Dexter and Steven Abramowitz discuss treatment of lower extremity DVT, including risks and benefits of the various endovascular treatment modalities.


Articles Featuring Dr. Abramowitz

Endovascular Treatment of DVT

Endovascular DVT treatment of acute and chronic DVT has become increasingly more important to help prevent chronic post-thrombotic syndrome. Learn the risks and benefits of endovascular DVT therapies, using Inari ClotTriever, optimal procedure endpoint, and post DVT procedure care.

DVT treatment with the Inari ClotTriever

How to Assess and Treat the DVT Patient

Patient selection and DVT evaluation with clinical scoring, IVUS, and history assessment; how to choose the appropriate DVT therapy.

Catheter directed thrombolysis

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