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Managing Venous Stent Rethrombosis with the RevCore Device
with Dr. Steven Abramowitz and Dr. Angelo Marino
In this episode, host Dr. Ally Baheti interviews vascular surgeon Dr. Steven Abramowitz and interventional radiologist Dr. Angelo Marino on managing venous stent rethrombosis with the RevCore device. Steven is the Chair of Vascular Surgery at MedStar Washington Hospital and Angelo is an Assistant Professor of Interventional Radiology at Yale School of Medicine.
BackTable, LLC (Producer). (2023, October 30). Ep. 380 – Managing Venous Stent Rethrombosis with the RevCore Device [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://www.backtable.com
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Dr. Steven Abramowitz
Dr. Steven Abramowitz is a practicing vascular surgeon at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Angelo Marino
Dr. Angelo Marino is an interventional radiologist with Yale Medicine in Connecticut.
Dr. Aparna Baheti
Dr. Aparna Baheti is a practicing Interventional Radiologist in Tacoma, Washington.
We start this episode with Steven and Angelo’s experience in venous interventions and how venous stent rethrombosis presents. The doctors then tell us more about how stent failure can precipitate, inflow and landing zone considerations, and stenting location. Angelo then goes onto introduce the RevCore device.
Both Steven and Angelo share their experience in using the RevCore device in venous stent rethrombosis, and their preferred access site(s) when using this tool. They also discuss specific maneuvers, troubleshooting, and other tools they use alongside the RevCore system. We conclude this episode with the doctor’s overall treatment algorithm for venous stent rethrombosis and follow-up plans.
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