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Postby peekaboo » Sun Jun 14, 2009 3:09 pm

hey crabby - i know it is hard to remember everything that is posted...thereis so much info i get to criticalmass at some points :)

anyway Dr. D only uses bare metal stents and the are not magnetic from what i understand...
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Postby Crabby » Sun Jun 14, 2009 3:16 pm

peekaboo wrote:Dr. D only uses bare metal stents


Peekaboo,

Thanks for that info. Do you know if the bare metal stents he uses are approved for use in stenosed jugular or azygous veins? Or is he using them off-label?
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Postby peekaboo » Sun Jun 14, 2009 4:25 pm

You know i really can't answer that...my gut feeling is that venous issues have been side lined by arterial... From my experience it that no one looks at the veins for problems..how archaic can that be...arteris are the only reasons for human problrms? I believe that our bodies are symbiotic..Did you know that our nerve strings follow either the arteris OR viens? is that too coincinent?
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