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Saturday, February 9, 2019 3:51 AM | CCSVI Alliance Volg link
Vici Venous Stent Shows Good Primary Patency, Few MAE by 12 Months: VIRTUS
"The idea of a vein-dedicated device is appealing, one expert says, but it’s still uncertain whether optimizing design will improve results over the long term. "

Comments from Dr Michael Dake: "Asked by TCTMD if a venous stent is truly necessary, Michael Dake, MD (University of Arizona Health Sciences, Tucson), replied: “I think that conceptually people think there’s a need.
“It’s yet to really be proven if these new custom-designed, purpose-focused devices indeed provide better results than just generic stents that are used in the artery. But obviously veins and arteries are different,” observed Dake, who himself presented 12-month data from the VERNACULAR trial testing the Venovo device at VIVA 2018. He also emphasized the need for strength as well as flexibility in a venous stent.
Certainty that particular design traits suited to the venous setting will translate into improved outcomes remains a “leap of faith” for now, he said."

https://www.tctmd.com/news/vici-venous-stent-shows-good-primary-patency-few-mae-12-months-virtus
Vici Venous Stent Shows Good Primary Patency, Few MAE by 12 Months: VIRTUS
The idea of a vein-dedicated device is appealing, one expert says, but it’s still uncertain whether optimizing design will improve results over the long term.