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  • Delays Between Diagnosis and Revascularization Significantly Increase Amputation Risk for CLTI Patients: Medicare Data Analysis

    A delay of greater than 30 days between diagnosis with chronic limb-threatening ischemia (CLTI) and limb revascularization is associated with an increased risk of amputation, reports an analysis of real-world Medicare claims data.

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