In a late-breaking clinical trial session at VIVA22, Dr. Ehrin Armstrong presented the final 1,373 patient cohort data from the Disrupt PAD III Observational Study (OS). PAD III OS represents the largest prospective ‘real-world’ evidence for the treatment of complex, heavily calcified peripheral artery disease. Building on the interim results presented at VIVA21, this larger patient data set reinforces the predictability of IVL and its ability to consistently modify calcium across vessel beds, challenging lesions, and complex patients (CLI, dialysis, and female patients). These real-world outcomes mirror the previously reported PAD III Randomized-Controlled Trial showing that IVL safely and effectively modifies challenging calcium in complex patients.
Check-out the presentation below and hear from Dr. Armstrong on the importance of the largest prospective ‘real-world’ data set in the treatment of heavily calcified PAD.