OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital is now treating patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD) with the first drug-eluting stent to be used outside of the heart. Cook Medical’s Zilver PTX is a drug-coated stent that is used to reopen a long thigh artery, located above the knee (the femoropopliteal artery), narrowed or blocked due to PAD. This is the most common artery for PAD blockages.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to multivu.com/mnr/60291-ohiohealth-riverside-hospital-zilver-ptx-drug-coated-stent-for-pad
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