EVAR


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AcronymDefinition
EVAREndovascular Aneurysm Repair
EVAREntropic Value-at-Risk
EVAREarth Vertical Axis Rotation
EVARExperimental Vehicle for Avionics Research
EVARExtravehicular Activity Retriever
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However, patients with renal impairment undergoing EVAR have a higher mortality rate compared with patients with normal renal function.
In this group were 39,792 patients who underwent an elective, first-time AAA repair using EVAR.
Fewer Deaths, Complications With EVAR for AAA Repair EVAR Open surgery 30-day mortality 3.
For elderly and higher-risk patients, the results "shift the balance in favor of EVAR, and many younger, lower-risk patients will now also shift toward EVAR to avoid the short-term morbidity of open repair," said Jack L.
On the basis of type, the EVAR stent grafts market is segmented into abdominal aortic aneurysms and thoracic aortic aneurysms.
chief of vascular surgery at Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, reviewed the use of EVAR in patients with both standard and complex anatomies emphasizing Type Ia endoleaks (an endoleak characterized by a poor seal at the aortic neck).
The new device also facilitates percutaneous EVAR by providing the industry's lowest profile contralateral access through a 7F introducer.
Medtronic plc today reported on the ENGAGE global registry of experiences with the Endurant AAA stent graft system from Medtronic with a reference to the landmark EVAR 1 Trial.
Gore said that its EVAR solution expands on the legacy of repositionability, durability, and patency established by the Gore Excluder AAA Device.
The company added that the ARCHYTAS registry is a global, randomized, single-arm prospective registry designed to quantify the clinical outcomes of EVAR with its Aorfix in a broad cross-section of patients with AAAs, balloon-like enlargements of the aorta which, if left untreated, may rupture and cause death.