A COMMITMENT TO PATIENT EDUCATIONev3's dedication to the treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.) is not only limited to the development and distribution of medical devices. Educating our patient population by providing them with detailed information on the symptoms, risk factors and treatment of P.A.D. is equally important to our mission.
In the constant pursuit to eliminate needless amputations, ev3 recognizes that treating P.A.D. and improving immediate and long-term patient outcomes start with an informed patient.
PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE (P.A.D.)
Learn more about P.A.D., its symptoms, risk factors, treatment and more.
Learn ways to eliminate or modify P.A.D. risk factors through prevention and control. Educate yourself on the P.A.D. continuum of care.
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