The Evidence for Vascular or Endovascular Reconstruction provides a comprehensive "head-to-head" forum for the debate into open versus endoluminal vascular treatment. Controversial treatment options are supported by evidence, in which the pros and cons are both explored and analyzed by an international panel of experts and their contributors, widely recognised as the leading authorities in the field. It is a one-stop resource for both the trainee vascular surgeon and the vascular consultant who requires a comprehensive view into the various management options as well as the evidence supporting the more difficult vascular procedures.
The book is illustrated with over 150 half tones and 30 specially commissioned line artworks. It is edited by the renowned Roger Greenhalgh and has over 35 expert contributors drawn from all continents of the world.
Every physician and surgeon involved in the care of patients with peripheral vascular disease will find this book an invaluable resource.
- offers a one-stop-shop for the current debate for and against open versus endoluminal treatment.
- uses an evidence-based approach to the controversial areas of vascular surgery.
- provides an authoritative source of outcomes for various operations based on fact not opinion.
- serves as a practical reference of recommended techniques debated by expert arguments for and against them.
By Roger M. Greenhalgh, MA, MD, MChir, FRCS, Professor of Surgery, Head of Department of Vascular Surgery, Imperial College School of Medicine, Charing Cross Hospital, London; Jean-Pierre Becquemin, MD, Department of Vascular Surgery, Henri Mondor Hospital, AP/HP Paris, University Paris XII, Creteil, France; Alun H Davies, MD, FRCS, Reader in Surgery, Charing Cross Hospital, London, UK; Peter A. Gaines, MRCP, FRCR, Consultant Vascular Radiologist, The Sheffield Vascular Unit, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Sheffield, UK and Peter Harris, MD, FRCS, Consultant in Vascular Surgery, Broadgreen Hospital, Liverpool, UK