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Webinar SOLACI Peripheral | Carotid Percutaneous Interventiones Where Are we?

SOLACI PERIPHERAL | Watch again Carotid Percutaneous Interventions, Where are we? on our Youtube Account

SOLACI PERIPHERAL | Watch again Carotid Percutaneous Interventions, Where are we? on our Youtube Account

Watch again our Webinar on “Carotid Percutaneous Interventions, Where are we?” on our Youtube account. The event was conducted and organised by the authorities of SOLACI Peripheral, a new Department of SOLACI.  We thank the support of Cordis for this event and to all the prestigious panelists that participated in it.   We are interested

SOLACI Peripheral | Clinical Case Discussion

SOLACI’s Department of Peripheral Endovascular Interventions is promoting the analysis of challenging clinical cases on peripheral interventions so as to foster the participation and engagement of all SOLACI members. In this first issue, we present a clinical case around carotid artery stenting. Read thoroughly the case below and take part in an unrestricted discussion through

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New Device for More Protection in Carotid Artery Stenting

This new “Paladin” system for post-dilation during carotid artery stenting was safe and may effectively reduce the number of particles that reach the brain, with a subsequent decreased risk for peri-procedural stroke. This study evaluated the safety and efficacy of the Paladin System, a novel post-dilation balloon with an integrated distal protection filter designed to

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Efficacy of Micromesh-Covered Stents in Carotid Artery Stenting

Most literature, old and recent, associates carotid artery stenting with a higher rate of stroke (although minor) when compared with carotid endarterectomy during the acute period. However, 30-day outcomes of angioplasty and surgery are comparable. Many technical advancements, including new stent designs and different cerebral protection mechanisms, have improved the outcomes of angioplasty in clinical

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