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Bringing the Vascular Lab Inside the Procedure Room

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    1 Disclosures: Cook medical - consultant; Philips - consultant; CSI – consultant; Moonrise Medical – consultant
    Jill Sommerset
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    1 Disclosures: Cook medical - consultant; Philips - consultant; CSI – consultant; Moonrise Medical – consultant
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    Advanced Vascular Centers, Portland, OR
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    2 Disclosures: Cardiovascular Systems, Inc: Consultant; Medtronic: Consultant; Philips: Consultant, Speaker; Terumo: Consultant, Speaker; Angiodynamics: Consultant
    Abigail Mize
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    2 Disclosures: Cardiovascular Systems, Inc: Consultant; Medtronic: Consultant; Philips: Consultant, Speaker; Terumo: Consultant, Speaker; Angiodynamics: Consultant
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    Advanced Cardiac and Vascular Centers, Grand Rapids, MI
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    Paige Mebus
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    Corresponding author: Paige Mebus, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, 1275 York Avenue, New York, NY 10065.
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    Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY
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    4 Disclosures: Moonrise Medical - consultant; CSI - consultant; Cordis - consultant; Siemens - consultant
    Mary Costantino
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    4 Disclosures: Moonrise Medical - consultant; CSI - consultant; Cordis - consultant; Siemens - consultant
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    Advanced Vascular Centers, Portland, OR
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  • Author Footnotes
    1 Disclosures: Cook medical - consultant; Philips - consultant; CSI – consultant; Moonrise Medical – consultant
    2 Disclosures: Cardiovascular Systems, Inc: Consultant; Medtronic: Consultant; Philips: Consultant, Speaker; Terumo: Consultant, Speaker; Angiodynamics: Consultant
    3 No Disclosures
    4 Disclosures: Moonrise Medical - consultant; CSI - consultant; Cordis - consultant; Siemens - consultant
Published:September 04, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tvir.2022.100861
      The advantages of the vascular lab (VL) are a specialized knowledgeable team and a dedicated equipment which is transferrable to the procedure room to facilitate the procedure and gather information about the procedure endpoints. In this article, Registered Vascular Technologists (RVT) from various institutions discuss the basic and the complex ways the VL can be used inside a procedure room. The advantages of the vascular lab (VL) are a specialized knowledgeable team and dedicated equipment which is transferrable to the procedure room to facilitate the procedure and gather information about procedure endpoints. Such expertise may improve imaging guided access, enable complicated lesion crossing, and provide information about the success of the procedure. Below are the reports from practicing registered vascular technologists at the forefront of patient vascular care within institutions that have adopted the mobile intraprocedural VL idea in basic and complex real-world ways.

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