This isn't even Canada, which (sorry Canadians) is something of a third world when it comes to CCSVI.
Lyon wrote:I was writing and hadn't noticed your post........I hear tar and feathers is THE costume of choice this year!
Cece wrote:fogdweller wrote:The interventionalists at Pacific Interventionalists do not think that restenosis is something they are likely to see
If Zamboni had 50% restenosis, how could it not be likely? Also with the newer more aggressive methods that what Zamboni used and the deviance from the suggested anticoagulants by Zamboni (not antiplatelet like Plavix), I believe it raises the risk of clotting.
To me this is a red flag against Pacific Interventionalists.
Fogdweller, are they willing to see you, they just don't think it's likely to be restenosis? Or are they not willing to see you?
This isn't even Canada, which (sorry Canadians) is something of a third world when it comes to CCSVI. This is the US and people are still falling through the cracks?
If only saying it made it true, that would be wonderful, eh 1eye?1eye wrote: and the risks are well-known to be minimal and manageable.
Lyon wrote:Sorry MegansMom, I didn't say venous angioplasty hasn't been around long, it hasn't been done commonly and when it's been done in the past it's been on patients with no other option.....or are you not hinting that the patients have gone on to live a long life afterwards?MegansMom wrote: VENOUS ANGIOPLASTY has been done safely for many many years.....over 20 years although I cannot be exact. But I have been a nurse 38+ years and its been around most of them.
Originally done for venous stenoses and strictures seen in renal dialysis patients, this is NOT a new procedure or new tools , just a new application. It is considered a safe minimally invasive procedure.
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