At Advanced Cardiac & Vascular Centers, we are continually seeking out new information that will help us better address our patients’ needs. Learn more about what we’re currently researching by exploring the news articles below.
Drs. Mustapha and Saab are excited to release the initial research study results of an innovative treatment for patients with foot wounds due to severe critical limb ischemia whose only other treatment option was leg amputation.
Spurred by strong patient demand, Advanced Cardiac & Vascular Amputation Prevention Centers has opened a second office in Lansing. This effort is led by Dr. Syed Alam, a leading board-certified vascular surgeon and director of vascular surgery and aortic intervention for ACV.
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.