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On-Demand Webinars

Access the latest Abbott educational webinars on Vascular-related topics for physicians, clinical staff and hospital administrators.

Abbott Medical Education Series

Supera In-Service Video
Supera™ Peripheral Stent System Overview

Learn about what makes Supera™ stent unique and tips for deployment.

Hot topics in carotid artery stenting
Hot Topics in Carotid Artery Stenting:
Approach to Navigating Arches to Reimbursement

Dr. Chris Metzger and Dr. Peter Faries discuss when and why to choose your approach whether it be CAS, CEA, TCAR or OPT. Learn tips and techniques in navigating difficult arches to reimbursement to the economics associated with each option.

COVID-19 Complications in Vascular Patients
COVID-19 Complications in the Vascular Patient and the Impact of the Pandemic on Vascular Specialists

Dr. Prakash Krishnan and Dr. Brian DeRubertis share their experience treating Vascular Patients during the emerging COVID-19 pandemic and discuss the larger impact on patient care and specialists.

StarClose SE Closure System Lab Efficiency & Patient Comfort
StarClose SE™ Closure System Lab Efficiency & Patient Comfort

Dr. Joel Rainwater discusses the benefits of using StarClose SE™ Closure System for earlier ambulation of patients. Learn how to improve lab efficiency and patient comfort in this webinar.

 

Perclose ProGlide™ SMC System: From Access to Closure Series

ProGlide - from access to closure
Session 1: Access

Dr. Adhir Shroff and Dr. Rajiv Tayal lead a discussion on understanding the various vascular access sites, the anatomical differences/similarities of arteries & veins, and how to safely gain access for cardiovascular procedures.

ProGlide - from access to closure
Session 2: Closure

Dr. Rajiv Tayal and Dr. Adhir Shroff lead a discussion on understanding primary and secondary vessel healing, the various methods of achieving hemostasis, and how manual compression and closure devices lead to hemostasis.

 

Session 3: In-Service

This ProGlide In-service is self-paced and provides an overview of the indications, components, deployment technique, and tips for the Perclose ProGlide™ Suture-Mediated Closure System. Please contact your local Abbott Representative for hands on experience or for further information. Learn More

ProGlide - from access to closure
Session 4: Percutaneous Closure of the Femoral Vessel

Dr. Darren Schneider leads a discussion on large bore access and closure using a case based approach with tips and techniques for large bore closure using the Perclose ProGlide™ Suture-Mediated Closure System.

ProGlide - from access to closure
Session 5: Complications

Dr. Adhir Shroff and Dr. Rajiv Tayal lead a discussion on understanding the potential complications that may occur with radial and femoral access. They also provide management strategies when complications occur and tips and techniques to avoid those complications.

ProGlide components and deployment
Session 6: Perclose ProGlide™ Components and Deployment

Aaron Fortson, Abbott Research & Development, provides important insights in to the functional components of Perclose ProGlide™ Suture-Mediated Closure System and tips & techniques that lead to successful deployment.

ProGlide - from access to closure
Session 7: Tips & Techniques

Dr. Erin Moore and Dr. Karthik Gujja provide practical tips & techniques for successful deployment of the Perclose ProGlide™ Suture-Mediated Closure System from a physicians perspective.

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