An Endovascular-First Approach to the Treatment of Critical Limb Ischemia Results in Superior Limb Salvage Rates

Written by
Michael Cumming, MD, MBA

Increasing evidence supports an endovascular first approach to patients with critical limb ischemia.  Endovascular procedures offer patients out patient angiosome targeted revascularization with lower morbidity and mortality and equivalent or better limb salvage.

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