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CX Audience Demands Urgent Action on Quicker Diagnosis of Hurting Legs

April 23, 2021

In a roundtable discussion with the CLI Global Society, Barry Katzen (Miami, USA) stressed that, despite undiagnosed superficial or deep venous thrombosis carrying the risk of pulmonary embolism and death, diagnosis is not quick enough. He also noted that, “in many parts of the world, the most common vascular procedure is an amputation”. There is a “great unmet need worldwide” for quicker diagnosis and treatment, he remarked. Continue reading, via Vascular News.

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