Since the January 2014 issue of Vascular Disease Management when Dr. Craig Walker joined the journal as clinical editor, he has provided video commentary to accompany the monthly Editor’s Corner. Access a selection of the videos below.
Dr. Walker introduces the April issue of Vascular Disease Management with a discussion of May-Thurner syndrome and other venocompressive disoders.
Dr. Walker presents the March issue of Vascular Disease Management with a discussion of recent clinical results and FDA approvals of drug-eluting balloons.
Although popliteal venous aneurysm is very rare, Dr. Walker notes that interventionalists should understand its etiology in the context of pulmonary embolism and deep venous thrombosis.
Although the future of inferior vena cava filters may bring nonthrombogenic or biodegradable filters that make removal simpler or unnecessary, clinicians today must remain vigilant about appropriate utilization and removal.
Treatment of critical limb ischemia has changed dramatically over the years. Dr. Walker presents an overview of its evolution and what direction therapy could be headed in the future.
The November 2014 issue of Vascular Disease Management presents a point-conterpoint argument in which the authors argue for and against the use of vascular closure devices. Dr. Walker discusses this article and the use of vascular closure devices in this video.