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CLI Series

The Awareness of CLI Part 1

Shockingly, the data shows that almost 50 percent of primary care physicians are not aware that their patients have PAD. The majority of them don’t know their patients have CLI. Unfortunately, by the time CLI is diagnosed, it is too late for some of those patients. Believe it or not, the location where your diagnosis of CLI is given makes a difference on time to treatment and patient prognosis.


The Awareness of CLI Part 2

Shockingly, the data shows that almost 50 percent of primary care physicians are not aware that their patients have PAD. The majority of them don’t know their patients have CLI. Unfortunately, by the time CLI is diagnosed, it is too late for some of those patients. Believe it or not, the location where your diagnosis of CLI is given makes a difference on time to treatment and patient prognosis.


Advance Technology is Putting Advance Disease in Check

Critical limb ischemia (CLI) has gone unnoticed for decades without specific attention paid to halting its progression. CLI is well-known for its severe comorbidities and high mortality. This discussion focuses on the options currently available to stop CLI in its tracks. The days of doing nothing about CLI are over.

Speakers:

Fadi Saab
MD, FASE, FSCAI, FACC

George Pliagas
MD, FACS

Jihad Mustapha
MD, FACC, FSCAI