Published in Nursing Home and Elder Business Week, June 15th, 2008
"Since 1993, 93 patients aged 75 years and older have undergone open (n=41) or endovascular (n=52) descending aortic repair. Intervention indications included aneurysms, dissection, or traumatic injury. Mean maximum aortic diameter was 6.1 cm. Contained rupture was more frequent in TEVAR (p=0.005); 52 needed arch repair, and 46 needed...
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