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Funding sources: No funding was provided.
Presented at the Vascular Annual Meeting, June 15–18, 2022, Boston, MA.
Disclosures: EM: Medtronic, Abbott Vascular, Boston Scientific (Clinical Trials Research).
Author contributions: MAK, TSD, CJ, RJP, EM, and MBM contributed to the conceptual framework, methodology, design of the study, interpretation of results and critical revision. MAK performed the analysis and wrote the manuscript with input from TSD, CJ, and RJP. MBM and EM critically reviewed and edited the manuscript.