Peripheral Artery Disease: Optimizing Treatment Strategies

What You Will Learn

  • Evaluate established strategies that mitigate PAD care inequity based on race


  • Identify signs and symptoms of PAD and recognize the need for an annual vascular assessment including PAD risk stratification


  • Develop a PAD treatment plan including GDMT as well as emerging therapeutics


Welcome to PAD: Optimizing Treatment Strategies

Prevelance of PAD and Strategies for Equitable Access to Patient Care

Understand the prevalence of PAD, especially among communities of color, and strategies to ensure equitable access to optimal patient care.

Quick Tip Videos
Interactive Lesson
Coming Soon: Mitigating Health Disparities in Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)​
Signs, Symptoms, and Risk Stratification

Identify signs and symptoms of PAD and recognize the need for an annual vascular assessment including PAD risk stratification 

Quick Tips Video
Panel Discussion
Treatment Strategies and Emerging Therapeutics

Incorporate new data and treatment strategies into your practice, including drug selection, dose, and duration to optimize outcomes in patients with PAD

Quick Tip Video
Certified Patient Cases
Coming Soon: A 75-Year-Old African American Woman Presents with Stable Exertional Leg Symptoms Due to PAD
Coming Soon: A 66-Year-Old Man Presents with a Non-healing Toe Wound and Rest Pain
Slide Lecture
Interactive Lesson
Coming Soon: PAD Emerging Treatment Strategies​ ​

We are grateful to these distinguished faculty who contributed to this collection:

 

Faculty Chair:

Marc P. Bonaca, MD, FACC

 

Faculty:

Aaron W. Aday, MD

Rachel Bond, MD, FACC

Philip Goodney, MD

J. Antonio Gutierrez, MD, MHS

Naomi M. Hamburg, MD, FACC

Connie N. Hess, MD, MHS

Demetria McNeal, MBA, PhD

Amy W. Pollak, MD

Supported by an educational grant from: Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., administered by Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC

Page Launched: November 2021

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