P4: Endovascular and Open Options for AAAs: The Right Repair for the Right Patient
This program is recommended by the Community Practice Committee.
This course was presented at VAM2019.
- Anterior Open Approach: When I Do It, and Tips for Success: Sean Lydon, MD
- RP Open Approach: When I Do It, and Tips for Success: Marc Schermerhorn, MD
- Endovascular Repair for the Marginal Neck: What are the Options, and What Works?: Mark Farber, MD
- EVAR vs Open in 2019 - What Should We be Doing, and for Whom?: William Jordan, Jr., MD
- Explantation and Other Open Surgical Options for Failed EVAR: Gilbert Upchurch, Jr.
- Complex Open Techniques: Choosing Clamping Strategy: William Quinones-Baldrich, MD
- Complex Open Techniques: Techniques for Reconstructing Visceral Vessels: Audra Duncan, MD
- Branched and Fenestrated Endovascular Repair: Andres Schanzer, MD
- Endovascular Repair with Parallel Grafting: Jason Lee, MD
- Endovascular Repair of Iliac Aneurysms with IBD: Sharif Ellozy, MD
- Reconstructing Combined AAA and Iliac Occlusive Disease: Christopher Smolock, MD
- Open Conduit Options and Selection: Yana Etkin, MD
- Endo-Conduit: Darren Schneider, MD
- Multiple Renal Arteries, Horseshoe and Pelvic Kidney: Open? Endo? What is Best?: Dean Yamaguchi, MD
- Demonstrate an understanding of the various anatomical challenges faced in planning abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repairs, both open and endovascular.
- Describe the patient-specific factors - including age and frailty - which mitigate the approach to caring for patients with AAA.
- Identify technical challenges in accomplishing both endovascular and open repair of AAA.