- •Vascular surgeons are involved in increasing numbers of lower extremity arterial traumas.
- •High proportions of complex arterial repairs require vascular surgery assistance.
- •Collaboration between trauma and vascular surgeons is increasingly common.
- •There is a potential future benefit in developing collaborative models of care.
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Meeting Name: Southern Association for Vascular Surgery Annual Meeting January 19–22, 2022, Manalapan, Florida.
Conflict of interest: The authors have no relevant disclosures.
Author contributions: Conception and design: R.O., S.R., M.A.R., and S.G.; Analysis and interpretation: R.O., H.H., R.M., R.C., and S.G.; Date collection: R.O., P.M., R.C., and S.G.; Writing Manuscript: R.O., H.H., R.C., and S.G.; Critical revision: R.O., H.H., P.M., S.R., R.M., R.C., M.A.R., and S.G.; Approval of manuscript: R.O., H.H., P.M., S.R., R.M., R.C., M.A.R., and S.G.; Agreement to be accountable: R.O., H.H., P.M., S.R., R.M., R.C., M.A.R., and S.G.; Statistical Analysis: R.O., H.H., R.M., and S.G. All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.