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Bringing Physiology to the Peripheral Vessels : Where Do We Start?

1- Unmet needs to diagnose and treat peripheral vessels, Dr. Gary Ansel

2- Use of pressure guidewire in large peripheral vessels, Dr. Dwight Dishmon

3- Use of pressure guidewires below the knee, Dr. Elissa Altin

Learning Objectives

• Understand the burden of peripheral artery disease and patient with risk factor for atherosclerosis

• Learn new utilization of pressure guidewire and large peripheral arteries

• Discussed utilization of pressure guidewire above the knee and below the knee and patient with peripheral arterial disease

May 12, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr Ansel
Dr. Ansel received his medical degree from The Ohio State University where he also completed his fellowship in cardiology. A post-fellowship training in vascular intervention done at Ochsner Clinic. He is an interventional cardiologist and serves as Chief Medical Officer and President for Healthcare Insights, a strategic advisory partnership. Dr. Ansel innovated and pioneered endovascular devices and he has served as a primary investigator for numerous national and international research trials.
Dwight Dishmon
Dr. Dwight Dishmon is an interventional cardiologist for UT Methodist Physicians located in the Medical Office Complex at Methodist South Hospital. He has been employed at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare since 2009. He was the first physician in the country to use the Avinger Pantheris ™ device. He received his bachelor’s degree in Microbiology/Bacteriology from Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA and his doctorate of medicine from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) in Memphis. He is board certified in Interventional Cardiology and Cardiovascular diseases.
Elissa Altin
S. Elissa Altin is an Assistant Professor at Yale University. A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, she completed internal medicine training at Yale and cardiology, interventional cadriology, and endovascular interventional fellowship at Columbia. Her clinical specialties include coronary and endovascular intervention with a particular interest in the management and treatment of chronic limb threatening ischemia. She serves as the director of clinical research in interventional cardiology and is committed to applying novel technologies in the care of patients.