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AIMS: This study examined the six-month angiographic results of direct coronary stenting, and compared the nine-month safety, efficacy and cost of this strategy versus stenting after balloon predilatation. METHODS: In phase I of VELVET, 122 patients (mean age = 62.3 - 10.1 years, 77% male, 11%...
A case is presented of recurrent stent thrombosis unexplained by angiographic appearance, which subsequently revealed a diagnosis of antiphospholipid syndrome secondary to renal cell carcinoma.
Therapeutic angiogenesis constitutes an alternative treatment for patients with extensive tissue ischaemia in whom primary vascular reconstruction procedures are not feasible or have previously failed. At present vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) has been the most widely used angiogenic...
Drugs released from stents are driven by physiological transport forces, principally solvent-driven flow (convection) and random molecular agitation (diffusion). The relative strength of these two forces determines drug penetration and distribution in the arterial wall. Drug physicochemical...
The development of collateral circulation is a general vascular response which is well characterised in the heart. The most common precipitant of this is ischaemia and the most common manifestation is intra coronary collateralisation. Collateral flow between the heart and other thoracic...
BACKGROUND: In patients with poor left ventricular function and high-risk coronary lesions, prolonged ischemia during percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) may have major hemodynamic consequences. The Tandemheart is a percutaneous left ventricular assist device intended for short-term...
Despite technical and mechanical improvement in coronary stents the incidence of restenosis caused by in-stent neointimal hyperplasia remains high. Oral administration of numerous pharmacological agents has failed to reduce restenosis after coronary stenting in humans, possibly owing to...
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