Physicians at Vascular Care Specialists of Los Angeles are actively involved in clinical research in the field of vascular disease management. Their research focuses on the treatment outcome of endovascular interventions as well as life-style modification in disease prevention. They have published over 400 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journal and book chapters. A list of their publications can be found here. Selected articles from their publications are shown below.
In a recent article published in International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention, Dr. Lin and his co-authors conducted a prospective randomized study which showed whole food plant-based diet can reverse vascular endothelial dysfunction and decrease inflammatory reaction in patients with peripheral arterial disease.
Patient safety and quality care are paramount for all healthcare providers, particularly with recent healthcare trend of outpatient endovascular intervention. Dr. Lin and his colleagues discussed the importance of accreditation of outpatient-based interventional vascular centers which can maintain quality patient care in an ambulatory office environment.
In a prospective clinical evaluation, Dr. Lin and his co-authors reported a high incidence of thoracic outlet syndrome, a condition which can lead to chronic shoulder and neck pain, among professional orchestral musicians playing bowed string instruments such as violin or viola. The authors discussed their findings and possible causes of this condition among these musicians.
Clinical outcomes of more than 5,000 office-based endovascular procedures in a contemporary vascular practice were analyzed and reported in this article. The authors described their clinical experience and showed that excellent clinical outcome can be achieved with appropriate patient selection, meticulous techniques, and quality-driven approach.