GREAT study to shed light on long-term outcomes of aortic repair

Ross Milner (Chicago, USA) spoke to Vascular News at the VEITHsymposium about the importance of long-term data for aortic endografts and the GREAT (Global Registry for Endovascular Aortic Treatment) study—a 5,000 patient real-world dataset that will follow patients out to 10 years. GREAT is a truly global registry that includes the types of patients that physicians see “in everyday” practice, according to Milner, who also talks about the peer-reviewed publications that are emerging from this dataset. Milner is the co-national principal investigator for the GREAT study and is a consultant to Gore.

Milner, Ross

Ross Milner is Vice Chairman and Professor of Surgery at University of Chicago Medicine. He was previously Chief of Vascular Surgery at Loyola University Medical Center and Associate Professor of Surgery at Emory Healthcare.

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