The relative importance of graft surveillance and warfarin therapy in infrainguinal prosthetic bypass failure.
- Published Article
Journal of Vascular Surgery
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2007
Low graft flow was a more common mode of prosthetic bypass failure than development of duplex scan-detected stenotic lesions during follow-up. Early duplex scanning may be more important for characterizing midgraft velocity and related thrombotic potential and selecting patients for chronic anticoagulation. Maintenance of therapeutic warfarin is paramount in optimizing prosthetic bypass patency and limb preservation.
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