- October 28, 2020
- Posted by: AmericanEndovascular
- Categories: Endovascular Treatment, Peripheral Arterial Disease
Major incisions are no longer necessary or needed. This has created many benefits to the patient and health care system overall including minimally invasive-image guided options, less recovery, less pain, less costly, performed in an outpatient setting, therefore, eliminating the need for the hospital, less hospital induced infections, and increased convenience.
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