Complications in Endovascular Surgery, 1st Edition

Peri-Procedural Prevention and Treatment
Authors :
Maciej Dryjski & Linda M Harris
Date of Publication: 03/2021

As devices, technologies, and imaging techniques continue to evolve, today’s endovascular surgical techniques have increased in both number and complexity. Complications in Endovascular Surgery provides a unique focus on potential......view more

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As devices, technologies, and imaging techniques continue to evolve, today’s endovascular surgical techniques have increased in both number and complexity. Complications in Endovascular Surgery provides a unique focus on potential complications encountered in the operating room, preparing you to anticipate the unexpected, identify the risk factors in individual procedures, and take steps to successfully manage complications when they occur. 

Key Features
  • Helps you manage the surgical complications associated with image-guided interventional techniques used when treating patients with vascular disease, with clear descriptions of how to prevent problems and how to prevent catastrophic problems once a simple problem occurs. 

  • Provides a practical guide to device-specific tips and tricks from experts in the field, making this unique resource ideal for surgeons at all levels of training and practice. 

  • Features highly illustrated, consistent instructions that explain how to avoid and manage both common and uncommon complications. 

  • Covers EVAR, TEVAR, FEVAR, and other complex aortic work; as well as CAS, TCAR, complex LE endovascular procedures, and venous intervention-lysis/stenting. 

  • Includes tip boxes with key facts and technical recommendations, warning boxes that highlight safety precautions, and a troubleshooting guide for each procedure that helps you get back on track if things don’t go exactly as planned. 

  • Enhanced eBook version included with purchase, which allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices 


Author Information
By Maciej Dryjski, MD, PhD, FACS, Professor and Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery, University at Buffalo; Director, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Kaleida Health and Linda M Harris, Associate Professor of Surgery; Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery; Program Director, Vascular Surgery Residency and Fellowship, SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo General Medical Center, Buffalo, New York