Research Area of Focus:
Patient Outcomes in Vascular Surgery
Outcomes in Venous Disease
Randomised Controlled Trials
Currently recruiting trials:
- COMFETTI - Compression after foam sclerotherapy for varicose veins
- MOCA vs CAE - Mechanochemical Ablation versus Cyanoacrylate Occlusion of truncal varicose veins
- FoS vs AP - Foam Sclerotherapy versus Ambulatory Phlebectomy for varicosed tributary veins
- NMES for DPN - Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation For The Treatment of Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
- Frailty in Vascular Patients - Assessment of patient frailty in those undergoing vascular surgery.
- NMES for Rehabilitation after Surgery
Vascular surgery is complex and demanding specialty with highly co-morbid patients. Optimising patients, procedure and techniques is key to improving outcomes.
Aneurysms are an asymptomatic burden of disease, with significant interventions aftercare.
Varicose veins and venous disease is a common and poorly understood condition. Patients suffer extensive quality of life impairments whilst excellent treatments are available.
Our research investigates optimal treatment pathways for patients with vascular conditions.
et al., 2017, Truncal varicose vein diameter and patient-reported outcome measures, British Journal of Surgery, Vol:104, ISSN:0007-1323, Pages:1648-1655
et al., 2017, A multi-centre randomised controlled trial comparing radiofrequency and mechanical occlusion chemically assisted ablation of varicose veins - Final results of the Venefit versus Clarivein for varicose veins trial, Phlebology, Vol:32, ISSN:0268-3555, Pages:89-98
et al., 2016, Factors impacting on patient perception of procedural success and satisfaction following treatment for varicose veins, British Journal of Surgery, Vol:103, ISSN:1365-2168, Pages:382-390
et al., 2015, Ambulatory Varicosity avUlsion Later or Synchronized (AVULS): a randomized clinical trial, Annals of Surgery, Vol:261, ISSN:1528-1140, Pages:654-661
et al., 2013, Management of chronic venous disease by primary care, Phlebology, Vol:28, ISSN:0268-3555, Pages:299-304
Sritharan K, Lane TRA, Davies AH, 2012, The Burden of Depression in Patients with Symptomatic Varicose Veins, European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Vol:43, ISSN:1078-5884, Pages:480-484
Onida S, Lane TRA, Davies AH, 2012, Phlebectomies: to delay or not to delay?, Phlebology, Vol:27, ISSN:0268-3555, Pages:103-104
et al., 2012, Treatment Options, Clinical Outcome (Quality of Life) and Cost Benefit (Quality-adjusted Life Year) in Varicose Vein Treatment, Phlebology, Vol:27, ISSN:0268-3555, Pages:16-22
et al., 2011, Post-operative Surveillance after Open Peripheral Arterial Surgery, European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Vol:42, ISSN:1078-5884, Pages:59-77
Lane TRA, Pandey VA, Davies AH, 2011, Superficial Venous Disease Treatment - Is There Still a Role for Open Surgery in 2011?, Acta Chirurgica Belgica, Vol:111, ISSN:0001-5458, Pages:125-129
Lane TRA, 2014, Outcomes in Varicose Vein Disease