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Grand Rapids, Michigan, Sept. 17, 2018 – Patients with peripheral artery disease may survive longer and pay less money when opting for treatments that restore blood flow to their limbs instead amputation, according to a study led by West Michigan interventional cardiologist Dr. Jihad Mustapha.
ACV’s Dr. Jihad Mustapha recently led a groundbreaking study that found patients with peripheral artery disease may survive longer and pay less money when forgoing amputation and instead opting for treatments that restore blood flow to their limbs.
The team at Advanced Cardiac and Vascular Amputation Prevention Centers (ACV) recently returned from the 8th annual AMPutation Prevention Symposium (AMP) the only international meeting dedicated to the treatment and prevention of critical limb ischemia. The symposium was led by Dr. Jihad Mustapha.
In an effort to evaluate a new treatment approach for clogged arteries, Dr. Fadi A. Saab, Dr. Jihad Mustapha and others recently performed a study, referred to as the CTOP Trial, that reviewed 114 patients who have peripheral vascular disease (PVD).
Early in our careers, we couldn’t have imagined the power and impact the Internet and social media might have on our practice. Today, we can’t imagine not embracing both. Dramatic lessons were driven home several months ago when we received a desperate tweet from a young woman in Maryland.
Welcome to the website of the Advanced Cardiac and Vascular Center (ACV). Founded by Jihad A. Mustapha, MD and Fadi A. Saab, MD, two leading cardiologists in the United States, ACV will provide coordinated, high-quality care, at their location in Grand Rapids, Michigan.