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PurposeDespite their widespread use, a significant fraction of coronary stents suffer from in-stent restenosis and stent thrombosis. Stent deployment induces extensive injury to the vascular endothelium. Rapid endothelial wound closure is essential for the success of a stenting procedure. A...
ObjectiveThis study assessed the ability of hemodynamic simulations to predict the success of catheter interventions in a swine model of branch pulmonary artery stenosis (bPAS).BackgroundbPAS commonly occurs in congenital heart disease and is often managed with catheter based interventions....
Current quantitative descriptions of the cardiovascular system in hemorrhagic shock focus on pressure based metrics. This approach is often incomplete; overlooking the important role of tissue perfusion. Electrical analogs to the cardiovascular system may offer a more complete description of...
PurposeIn this study, we focus on the relationship between carotenosis and hyperlipidemia. Because carotenoids are lipophilic, they are more soluble in blood with high lipid levels. Therefore, it is considered that hyperlipidemic patients show carotenosis more strongly than healthy...
IntroductionAmong patients with congenital heart disease, those born with only a single working ventricle represent a particularly complex sub-population, typically requiring multiple surgeries and suffering from high levels of mortality and morbidity. Their cardiac care is complex and has...
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