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Dr. Sabeen Dhand
Dr. Sabeen Dhand is a practicing interventional radiologist with PIH Health in Los Angeles.
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About Dr. Sabeen Dhand
Dr. Dhand completed his fellowship at Northwestern and is currently an Interventional Radiologist at PIH Health in Los Angeles. His practice is focused on treating a wide variety of diseases, with a special interest in limb salvage, aortic aneurysms, and neurovascular disease including stroke.
Podcasts Featuring Dr. Sabeen Dhand
In this episode, host Dr. Sabeen Dhand interviews Drs. Srini Tummala and Omar Saleh about atherectomy in peripheral arterial disease, including indications, technique, and device selection.
In this episode, host Dr. Sabeen Dhand interviews Dr. John Rundback, interventional radiologist, about distal femoropopliteal disease, including the unique pathophysiology of this area, which stents work best at the adductor canal and the trifurcation, and tips for early operators.
Vascular surgeon Dr. Martin Schroeder discusses the Covered Endovascular Reconstruction of Aortic Bifurcation (CERAB) technique for treating aortoiliac disease, including patient workup, procedure steps, and pitfalls to avoid with stent placement.
In this episode, Interventional Radiologist Sabeen Dhand talks with Interventional Cardiologist S. Jay Mathews about novel techniques for arterial thrombectomy, including a discussion on using large bore devices, a variety of technique tips and tricks, and what's on the horizon for new devices/techniques.
Dr. Sabeen Dhand talks with Neurointerventionalist Dr. Ansaar Rai from about his approach to posterior circulation strokes, including patient selection, technique and devices, and pitfalls to avoid.
Vascular Surgeon Dr. Mazin Foteh and our host Dr. Sabeen Dhand consider various factors that can influence the choice of treatment methods for calcified common femoral artery (CFA) disease, including discussing the pros and cons of an endovascular vs surgical approach.
Interventional Radiologist Donald Garbett and our host Sabeen Dhand discuss their standard workups and procedural decision making for GI bleeds, including radial vs. femoral approach and preferred embolics.
CLI fighters Dr. Kumar Madassery and Dr. Sabeen Dhand discuss their approach to treating calcified arteries below the knee, including looking at newer technologies and choosing the appropriate device to effect real durable change to the calcified wall.
CLI fighters Dr. Bryan Fisher and Dr. Sabeen Dhand discuss their approach to treating calcified arteries above the knee, including looking at newer technologies and choosing the appropriate device to effect real durable change to the calcified wall.
Vascular Surgeon Daniel Han discusses management of persistent false lumen perfusion in chronic aortic dissection, including the Knickerbocker Technique.
The BackTable hosts get together to discuss the results of the recent complications survey, including some stories from the audience as well some of their own experiences.
Dr. Sabeen Dhand talks with Dr. Blaise Baxter and Dr. Satoshi Tateshima about direct aspiration vs. co-aspiration technique when treating ischemic stroke. In this first episode of a multi-part series covering treatment of ischemic stroke they discuss radial vs. femoral approach, anatomic considerations, and tips and tricks with both techniques.
Interventional Radiologist Sabeen Dhand talks with Vascular Surgeon Frank Arko about endovascular treatment of Type B Aortic Dissections (TBAD), including patient selection, appropriate sizing, and complications to avoid.
Dr. Sabeen Dhand chats with Interventional Radiologist Shankar Rajeswaran from Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago about a novel minimally invasive treatment of unicameral and aneurysmal bone cysts.
Interventional Radiologist Sabeen Dhand talks with Interventional Cardiologist Eric Secemsky about building a Pulmonary Embolism (PE) Response Team, and about the various techniques for treatment of PE used in his practice.
Interventional Radiologist Sabeen Dhand talks with Vascular Surgeon Bryan Fisher about the benefits of using Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) for endovascular treatment of peripheral arterial disease (PAD), as well as the potential for other emerging imaging modalities such as Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT).
Dr. Sabeen Dhand talks with Dr. John Moriarty about how he started removing "clot in transit" from the right heart, in addition to the PE and caval procedures, and how this service line has created a great collaboration with cardiology colleagues at UCLA Health.
Dr. Sabeen Dhand and Dr. Kumar Madassery discuss the importance of below-ankle interventions in limb salvage, including patient selection, technique, and a patient-centered longitudinal care plan.
Interventional Neurologist Ameer Hassan and Interventional Radiologist Sabeen Dhand discuss how utilizing Artificial Intelligence (AI) can reduce transfer times and length of stay in a hub and spoke model for Stroke Care.
Interventional Cardiologist Fadi Saab and Interventional Radiologist Sabeen Dhand discuss Percutaneous Deep Venous Arterialization (DVA) for critical limb ischemia (CLI), including workup, technique, and follow-up.
Interventional Radiologist Srini Tummala talks us through how he successfully built a thriving PAD practice alongside Vascular Surgery and Interventional Cardiology at University of Miami Health System.
Articles Featuring Dr. Sabeen Dhand
Interventional Radiologist Dr. John Rundback discusses the BioMimics stent design, when to use it in the femoral popliteal artery, and strategies to increase BioMimics stent effectiveness in peripheral artery disease.
Interventional Radiologist Dr. John Rundback shares his expertise on the Supera Stent along with tips and tricks in treating peripheral arterial disease in the femoral popliteal artery.
Vascular surgeon Dr. Bryan Fisher shares his experiences using Shockwave intravascular lithotripsy to treat lower extremity arterial disease on the BackTable Podcast. Dr. Fisher discusses his treatment algorithm, the unique role of Shockwave lithotripsy, and visualizing technical success following the therapy.
The three main aortic dissection complications during treatments include stroke, spinal cord ischemia, and spinal cord paralysis. This is important to note as these complications can extend hospital stays and contributes to higher mortality amongst patients.
Aortic dissection types can be classified depending on the location of the intimal tear, extent of involvement of the aorta, and duration of time from initial clinical presentation. Aortic dissection classifications can dictate medical management and surgical versus endovascular treatment.
A pulmonary embolism response team (PERT) requires a multidisciplinary mindset, clear communication channels, and effective use of technology to treat life threatening pulmonary embolism cases.
Pulmonary embolism interventions include catheter-directed thrombolysis, mechanical thrombectomy, & surgical embolectomy. Patient selection, devices (i.e. EKOS catheter), tPA for pulmonary embolism, clot characteristics, & the availability of data for intervention types are covered in this article.
Limb salvage programs focus on preventing amputations from Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI). We spoke with Dr. Mustapha to learn what limb salvage is, how to build a successful limb salvage program, & the importance of a multidisciplinary team.
Percutaneous radiofrequency ablation is palliative, and acts to minimize the spread of local tumor burden. Spinal ablation expert Dr. Peder Horner discusses spinal ablation techniques, how to manage extraosseous tumor spread, and when and why epidural steroid injections are helpful.
Vertebral augmentation and spinal ablation interventions are minimally invasive treatment options for spinal compression fractures and spinal metastases. In episode 34 of the BackTable podcast, Dr. Peder Horner and Dr. Sabeen Dhand discuss spinal therapies and ways to integrate these procedures into your practice.
Choosing the appropriate procedural equipment can be daunting due to the breadth of options available. Dr. Dhand and Dr. Madassery discuss guidewire choices, balloon sizing for angioplasty, and more when treating peripheral arterial disease.
Anesthesia choice and intraprocedural anticoagulation are critical for optimal patient outcomes. Dr. Sabeen Dhand and Dr. Kumar Madassery discuss their preferences for managing sedation and anticoagulation in lower extremity peripheral arterial disease (PAD) patients.
Vascular access decisions should be tailored to the location of disease burden in patients with peripheral arterial disease. PAD experts Dr. Sabeen Dhand and Dr. Kumar Madassery review their tips and techniques for surgical access and end points when treating peripheral arterial disease.
From podiatry to interventional radiology, peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is managed by numerous medical specialties. A multidisciplinary approach to treating PAD gives patients the best surgical options and ultimately creates opportunities for IRs to take on new cases.
There are numerous modalities available to characterize and treat peripheral arterial disease (PAD). Dr. Kumar Madassery and Dr. Sabeen Dhand highlight their preferred techniques, covering imaging, atherectomy, drug coated balloons, and stenting.
If you’re looking at upgrading your declot procedure kit and simplifying your dialysis access cases, you may want to consider the Argon Cleaner thrombectomy system. Dr. Sabeen Dhand and Dr. Chris Beck discuss the pros and cons of the Cleaner, and provide tips to help you maximize declot success.
Declots are typically added to the case schedule on short notice and can require a substantial amount of time depending on the treatment modality you utilize. Interventional radiologist Dr. Sabeen Dhand walks through his declot technique for dialysis access cases, and how he drastically reduces procedure time using the Argon Cleaner thrombectomy system.
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