SCAI/SVM expert consensus statement on Carotid Stenting: Training and credentialing for Carotid Stenting Article

Full Text via DOI: 10.1002/ccd.26304 PMID: 26602705 Web of Science: 000370451700007

Cited authors

  • Aronow, Herbert D.; Collins, Tyrone J.; Gray, William A.; Jaff, Michael R.; Kluck, Bryan W.; Patel, Rajan A. G.; Rosenfield, Kenneth A.; Safian, Robert D.; Sobieszczyk, Piotr S.; Wayangankar, Siddharth A.; White, Christopher J.


  • Carotid artery stenting (CAS) has become an integral part of the therapeutic armamentarium offered by cardiovascular medicine programs for the prevention of stroke. The purpose of this expert consensus statement is to provide physician training and credentialing guidance to facilitate the safe and effective incorporation of CAS into clinical practice within these programs. Since publication of the 2005 Clinical Competence Statement on Carotid Stenting, there has been substantial device innovation, publication of numerous clinical trials and observational studies, accumulation of extensive real-world clinical experience and widespread participation in robust national quality improvement initiatives [5]. Collectively, these advances have led to substantial evolution in the selection of appropriate patients, as well as in the cognitive, technical and clinical skills required to perform safe and effective CAS. Herein, we summarize published guidelines, describe training pathways, outline elements of competency, offer strategies for tracking outcomes, specify facility, equipment and personnel requirements, and propose criteria for maintenance of CAS competency. (c) 2015 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Publication date

  • 2016

International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

  • 1522-1946

Start page

  • 188

End page

  • 199


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