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Multicentre randomised controlled trial to compare the clinical and cost-effectiveness of a 'vein bypass first' with an 'endovascular first' revascularisation strategy for severe limb ischaemia due to infrageniculate arterial disease (Bypass v Angioplasty in Severe Ischaemia of the Leg, BASIL-2)

Project title: Multicentre randomised controlled trial to compare the clinical and cost-effectiveness of a 'vein bypass first' with an 'endovascular first' revascularisation strategy for severe limb ischaemia due to infrageniculate arterial disease (Bypass v Angioplasty in Severe Ischaemia of the Leg, BASIL-2)

Call to action: 12/35 12/35 Surgery Themed Call

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Andrew BradburyORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0003-0530-9667

Contractor: University of Birmingham

Cost: £2,024,094.79

Co-investigators: Dr Arul Ganeshan, Dr Jai Patel, Dr Margaret Grant, Dr Raman Uberoi, Dr Trevor Cleveland, Dr Will Adair, Mr Jeremy Perkins, Mr Martin Claridge, Mrs Smitaa Patel, Professor Alun Davies, Professor Duncan Ettles, Professor Gerard Stansby, Professor Ian Chetter, Professor Jonathan Deeks, Professor Julian Scott, Professor Robert Hinchliffe, Professor Tracy Roberts.

Started: February 2014 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 27728689

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