Race and socioeconomic differences associated with endovascular peripheral vascular interventions for newly diagnosed claudication
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Abstract / Description:
Despite guidelines cautioning against the use of endovascular peripheral vascular interventions (PVI) for claudication, more than 1.3 million PVI procedures are performed annually in the United States. We aimed to describe national rates of PVI for claudication, and identify patient and county-level risk factors associated with a high rate of PVI.
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