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Turbo-Tandem Laser Device to Treat Patient with In-stent Restenosis of a Long SFA Nitonol Stent – Oct 2014

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This is a patient who has Rutherford Class III symptoms with in-stent restenosis of a long SFA Nitonol Stent. We will demonstrate how to safely navigate the occlusion and use the Turbo-Tandem laser device to treat this difficult lesion. As you know, there is no consensus as to how to treat SFA ISR. We will take this opportunity to discuss the recent literature and relevant trials in order to create better understanding among endovascular interventionalists as to how to best treat this complex disease condition.

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