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Clinical and Economic Burden of Peripheral Artery Disease Among Patients Receiving Endovascular Interventions: A Retrospective Cohort Study of Commercially Insured Patients in the United States [MEETING ABSTRACT PCV36]

Citation

Meyers, J., Chaudhari, P., Madhwani, S., & Candrilli, S. D. (2016). Clinical and Economic Burden of Peripheral Artery Disease Among Patients Receiving Endovascular Interventions: A Retrospective Cohort Study of Commercially Insured Patients in the United States [MEETING ABSTRACT PCV36]. Value in Health (ISPOR 21st Annual International Meeting), 19(3), A45.

Abstract

Patients with PAD undergoing endovascularization procedures have a high rate of repeat procedures in the 2 years after their initial procedure. Costs are substantial during the 2 years after the initial endovascularization procedure and are greater for patients receiving angioplasty only versus patients receiving stent only.