This study aims at understanding the median age was 70 years (62-76 years), and 39.5% were female. Thirty-six (30.3%) patients had a MALE event (15 major amputation and 25 major reoperation); 60 patients underwent open or hybrid operations, and 50 patients underwent endovascular procedures. The remaining nine patients had no interventions. Of the group of 119 patients, 97 patients were taking aspirin. Overall, median aggregation to ADP 2M was 22.5% (Q1-Q3, 10%-50%), and 27 patients (26%) were clopidogrel nonresponders. Baseline aggregation was higher in patients who went on to develop a MALE than in those without a MALE (43% vs 20%; P = .018). Patients with aggregation > median (22.5%) were more likely to experience a MALE than were patients with aggregation < median (69% vs 31%; hazard ratio [HR], 2.71; 95% confidence interval [CI], 1.23-5.98; P = .013). When stratified by established cutoffs for responsiveness to clopidogrel (50% aggregation), 27 (26%) patients were poor responders. Poor responders were more likely to experience MALEs than normal responders (59% vs 41%; HR, 2.33; 95% CI, 1.11-4.89; P = .026).