Unprecedented PRESERVE IVC Filter Study Unites Surgeons, Interventionalists, Manufacturers, And The FDA
An unprecedented clinical trial called PRESERVE is bringing together the Society of Interventional Radiology, the Society for Vascular Surgery, major manufacturers of inferior vena cava filters, and the FDA to answer questions about how the filter might best fit into modern medicine.
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