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Long-Term Results of Arterial Interventions (European Vascular Course)

by Michael Jacobs

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  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Blackwell Publishing Limited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cardiovascular medicine,
  • Vascular surgery,
  • Longitudinal studies,
  • Cardiovascular Surgery,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Surgery - Vascular,
  • Medical,
  • Surgery,
  • Cardiology,
  • ANGIOGRAPHY,
  • ARTERIES_SURGERY,
  • Medical / Surgery / Vascular,
  • Blood-vessels,
  • Arteries,
  • Interventional radiology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAlain Branchereau (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9812518M
    ISBN 100879936797
    ISBN 109780879936792

    Results Major adverse cardiovascular and cerebral events (MACCE) occurred in 12 (%) patients during the day period, which included 4 (%) deaths. After 12 months there were 17 (%) angiographically confirmed cases of restenosis. During long-term follow-up (1 to 11 years, mean years) there were 64 (%) MACCE and 35 (%) deaths.   1. Introduction. Duplex ultrasound is an integral component of diagnostic testing for the evaluation of lower-extremity arterial disease, including after intervention (bypass grafting and angioplasty),.Testing provides objective information about blood flow (pulsed Doppler spectral analysis) and anatomy (B-mode and color Doppler imaging) for the accurate .

    9. Uher P, Nyman U, Lindh M, et al. Long-term results of stenting for chronic iliac artery occlusion. J Endovasc Ther. ; Richter GM, Roeren T, Noeldge G, et al. Initial long-term results of a randomized 5-year study: iliac stent implantation versus PTA. Vasa Suppl. ; Dattilo R, Himmelstein SI, Cuff RF. The COMPLIANCE ° trial: a randomized, prospective, multicenter, pilot study comparing acute and long-term results of orbital atherectomy to balloon angioplasty for calcified femoropopliteal disease. J Invasive Cardiol. ;

    Long-term magnesium supplementation improves arterial stiffness in overweight and obese adults: results of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled intervention trial Am J Clin Nutr. May;(5) doi: /ajcn There is limited data on the long-term efficacy of intravenous iloprost in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). This retrospective multicentre analysis evaluated the clinical course of patients with PAH treated with i.v. iloprost, in most cases after having received inhaled iloprost as first-line therapy. Between and , 79 PAH patients were treated with i.v. iloprost.


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Long-Term Results of Arterial Interventions (European Vascular Course) by Michael Jacobs Download PDF EPUB FB2

Long-term results of in-situ vein grafts (Jacques Watelet, Patrick Soury, Didier Plissonnier, Pierre-Yves Litzler, Christophe Peillon, Jacques Testart) Bypass to the arteries of the ankle and foot (Michael Jacobs, Dink Legemate, Ron Balm) Long-term results of PTFE grafts for femoropopliteal and crural disease (Ian Williams, John Wolfe) Chapters on each artery cover indications for interventional procedures, vascular anatomy, access, diagnostic angiography, and specific interventional techniques.

Complications and risks of restenosis are also discussed. The book also includes a chapter on training and credentialing in peripheral vascular intervention. Results were good in 'preshock' patients, and in shocked patients with a surgically correctable mechanical complication.

Results were poor in shocked patients with power failure alone. Counterpulsation has an important supportive role in the treatment of complicated myocardial infarction, provided that intervention is prompt and mechanical Cited by: Stenting of internal carotid arteries (ICA) and 13 common carotid arteries was performed, % procedures were complex in which bilateral carotid stenoses or carotid and vertebral arteries stenoses were revascularized at one stage.

In % patients, one‐stage coronary intervention was carried out. Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) affects approximately 8 million to 12 million persons in the United States, causing significant morbidity and mortality.1 There is considerable evidence that exercise rehabilitation can improve exercise performance and community-based functional status of patients with claudication.2, 3 Results from previous studies demonstrate Cited by: To evaluate initial and long‐term results of endovascular therapy (EVT) for symptomatic subclavian artery (SCA) disease.

Background: EVT for SCA disease has a similar success rate as open surgery, but the long‐term patency of EVT alone is uncertain. Carotid Artery Intervention. The Carotid Arteries are the two major arteries in the body that provide blood flow to the brain.

The pulse of these arteries can be felt on both sides of the neck and they are vital for delivering oxygen to the brain.

Carotid Stenosis refers to a narrowing of the inner wall of the artery. The long-term results of CREST may help guide the treatment of patients with carotid artery disease. Emphasis should be given to reducing periprocedural risk with both stenting and endarterectomy. In the case of stenting, more than half the ipsilateral-vessel strokes over a year period occurred within the first month.

Recent studies have provided additional long-term data on the outcomes of these two approaches. Much of the focus of comparative analyses of carotid artery revascularization has compared the early safety of the two interventions.

2 Specifically, CAS and CEA have competing peri-procedural risks. CAS is associated with a significantly greater. The primary end points of the study were long term survival and re-intervention rate of patients with ectatic iliac arteries vs.

those with non-ectatic iliac arteries undergoing EVAR. Re-intervention was defined as any secondary procedure to correct any complication regarding the graft, the aneurysm, the access site of the primary procedure, or.

ters to assess lower extremity arterial perfu-sion is the ankle brachial index (ABI), a test This results in an artifactually ele- Long-term success rates of PTA vary from. Epidemiology of Peripheral Artery Disease: Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is the preferred clinical term for describing stenosis or occlusion of upper- or lower-extremity arteries due to atherosclerotic or thromboembolic disease.

However, in practice, the term PAD generally refers to chronic narrowing or blockage (also referred to as atherosclerotic disease) of the lower. Finally, as discussed in systemic arterial pressure regulation, an increased cardiac output will boost the systemic arterial pressure so long as the SVR remains constant.

In this way, an increase in ECF volume results in an increase in the arterial pressure; conversely, a decrease in ECF volume will yield a decline in arterial pressure. Clinical outcomes after percutaneous coronary intervention for in-stent chronic total occlusion Yoon Y, Lee P, Lee S, Kwon O, Lee K, Kang D, Ahn J, Park D, Kang S-J, Kim Y, Lee C, Park S, Park S August 7, | /EIJ-D An Arterial Blood Gas, or ABG for short, is a test that measures the blood levels of oxygen (PaO2), carbon dioxide (PaCO2), and acid-base balance (pH) in the ’s a test that is used to assess how well oxygen is being distributed throughout the body and how well carbon dioxide is being removed.

Jones RH, Kesler K, Phillips HR III, et al. Long-term survival benefits of coronary artery bypass grafting and percutaneous transluminal angioplasty in patients with coronary artery disease. Therefore, the aim of this study was to evaluate short-term results, patency of grafts to endarterectomised coronary arteries, and long-term outcomes in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) with CEA.

MATERIALS AND METHODS Study Design. range of motion exercises, and walking “results in a measurable improvement in walking distance, quality of life, and community-based functional capacity.” 6 One study has even shown that a “supervised treadmill exercise also increased brachial arterial flow-mediated dilation and improved quality of life”   The physician who cares for the patient with peripheral vascular disease should have a broad understanding of atherosclerotic disease involving all vascular beds.

Endovascular interventions play a major role in relieving symptoms and reducing morbidity related to PAD, but long-term optimal medical treatment is an essential determinant of prognosis.

Long-term results were encouraging and comparable to those achieved with surgery. At the 5-year follow-up, the primary patency rate (PI) was % and the secondary patency rate (PII) was %. The choice of stents at this level may be difficult. We generally use Palmaz-type stents in cases of calcified or eccentric lesions.

The second edition of this book provides updated knowledge about the biological characteristics and clinical use of arterial grafts for coronary artery bypass surgery.

The reader will find first-hand information on arterial grafts as well as vein grafts with regard to biological characteristics, clinical use including off-pump coronary bypass. INTRODUCTION. Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) is 1 of the most common surgical interventions for coronary revascularization.

1 However, it often fails to achieve satisfactory outcomes in patients with a high-risk profile, which is characterized by old age, severe left ventricular dysfunction, diffuse coronary artery disease (ie, at least 75% of the segment .Coronary artery disease develops because of hardening of the arteries (arteriosclerosis) that supply blood to the heart muscle.; In the diagnosis of coronary artery disease, helpful tests include EKG, stress test, echocardiography, and coronary angiography.; Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery reestablishes sufficient blood flow to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the .