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RCT of clinical and cost-effectiveness of drug coated balloons, drug eluting stents and balloon angioplasty with bail-out bare metal stent revascularisation strategies for severe limb ischaemia due to femoro-popliteal disease: BASIL-3 (Balloon vs Stenting in Severe Ischaemia of the Leg)

Project title: RCT of clinical and cost-effectiveness of drug coated balloons, drug eluting stents and balloon angioplasty with bail-out bare metal stent revascularisation strategies for severe limb ischaemia due to femoro-popliteal disease: BASIL-3 (Balloon vs Stenting in Severe Ischaemia of the Leg)

Call to action: 13/81 13/81 The clinical and cost effectiveness of new minimally invasive treatments for patients with critical limb ischaemia

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Andrew BradburyORCID logo

Contractor: University of Birmingham

Cost: £1,938,633.00

Co-investigators: Dr Allan Odurny, Dr Arul Ganeshan, Dr Jai PatelORCID logo, Dr Lazaros AndronisORCID logo, Dr Margaret GrantORCID logo, Dr Nick Burfitt, Dr Ralph Jackson, Dr Raman Uberoi, Dr Reddi Yadavali, Dr Trevor Cleveland, Dr Will Adair, Mr Hugh Jarrett, Mr Jeremy Perkins, Mr Martin Claridge, Mr Wesley Stuart, Mrs Smitaa PatelORCID logo, Professor Alun DaviesORCID logo, Professor Anna-Maria Belli, Professor Cliff Shearman, Professor Duncan Ettles, Professor Gerard StansbyORCID logo, Professor Ian ChetterORCID logo, Professor Jon MossORCID logo, Professor Jonathan Beard, Professor Jonathan DeeksORCID logo, Professor Julian ScottORCID logo, Professor Julie BrittendenORCID logo, Professor Robert HinchliffeORCID logo, Professor Ross Naylor.

Started: August 2015 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 14469736

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