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  • (PDF) Clinical and angiographic performance of a new

    Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 54 276 –282 (2001) Clinical and Angiographic Performance of a New-Generation Modular Stent Design for Treatment of De Novo Coronary Lesions Victor M. Legrand,1* MD, Eulogio J. Garcia,2 MD, Eberhard Grube,3 MD, Khalife Khalife,4 MD, Hans Bonnier,5 MD, Philippe Commeau,6 MD, Tadeusz Przewlocki,7 MD, Carlos Macaya,8 MD, and Adam

  • Coronary calcification is associated with angiographic

    The adjusted odds ratio for angiographic underestimation in patients with a CAC score ≥90th percentile was 2.2 (95% confidence interval 1.21–4.10). Conclusion A CAC score ≥90th percentile is an independent predictor for angiographic underestimation of coronary artery stenoses severity. Functional measurement of coronary artery stenoses

  • Periprocedural quantitative coronary angiography after

    Author information (1)Department of Interventional Cardiology, Thoraxcenter, Academisch Ziekenhuis, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. [email protected] OBJECTIVES We aimed to identify periprocedural quantitative coronary angiographic (QCA) variables that have predictive value on long-term angiographic results and to construct multivariate models

  • Stent Placement to Prevent Restenosis After Angioplasty in

     · Angiographic restenosis occurred in 28% of the stent group and 32.9% of the angioplasty group ( P =0.36). Target vessel revascularization was required in 17.8% versus 20.3% of patients ( P =0.54), respectively. Conclusions Stenting and standard coronary angioplasty are associated with equal restenosis rate in small coronary arteries.

  • Incidence, angiographic and clinical predictors, and

     · Incidence, angiographic and clinical predictors, and impact of stent thrombosis a 6-year survey of 6,545 consecutive patients. R. Rozemeijer, 1 C. Wing Wong, 1 G. Leenders, 1 L. Timmers, 1 S. Koudstaal, 1, 2 S. Z. Rittersma, 1 A. Kraaijeveld, 1 M. Bots, 2 P. Doevendans, 1, 3 P. Stella, 1 and M. Voskuil 1 Best, The Netherlands). Baseline

  • Yield of angiographic examinations in isolated

     · Also, yield of angiographic imaging might be influenced by patient characteristics, including age, pre-existing hypertension and use of oral anticoagulants. 3,4 The purpose of this study was to investigate the yield of angiographic modalities in patients with isolated IVH and to study the influence of patient characteristics on this yield.

  • Computerized technologies informing cardiac

    The iFR Scout and SyncVision software packages (Philips Healthcare, Best, the Netherlands) were designed to co-register iFR estimations with angiographic images. These software allow the assessment of the contribution of each lesion on the overall pressure drop across the length of the vessel, and prediction of iFR post-PCI ( Figure 4 ).

  • Stent placement after iliac angioplasty comparison of

    Purpose To assess the diagnostic value of angiography as a guideline for selective stent placement after percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) of the iliac artery. Materials and methods Seventy-nine patients (100 iliac artery lesions) with intermittent claudication were treated with PTA and stent placement if they had a residual intraarterial mean pressure gradient of more than 10 mm

  • Debate Angiography-derived FFR. The angiographic

     · FFRangio can be performed using different software, such as the quantitative flow ratio (QFR Medis, The Netherlands) and others in the pipeline like the 3D-CA (HeartFlow, United States) which provides the same information only with the angiography without having to advance the guidewire or use drugs, which is precisely their main advantage.

  • (PDF) The SYNTAX Score An angiographic tool grading the

    The group of low SYNTAXscore (<23) had at most 93 cases, accounting for 86.1% the lowest was the group of high SYNTAX score (≥ 33 points) accounting for 2.8%. There were statistically

  • Quantitative Angiographic Assessment of Aortic

     · The CAAS A-valve 2.0.2 (Pie Medical Imaging BV, Maastricht, the Netherlands) was used for assessment of quantitative angiographic AR. This method relies on the angiographic radiopaque density changes after contrast injection in the ascending aorta and its regurgitation (and subsequently density increase) in the left ventricular outflow tract

  • Five‐year angiographic, OCT and clinical outcomes of a

    the index procedure and 9-month angiographic follow-up. All patients received 200 μg of i.c. nitroglycerin before acquisition. Coronary angiograms were analyzed with the use of an automated edge detec-tion system (CAAS II, Pie Medical, Netherlands) at the angiographic core laboratory of the University of Fribourg. 2.3 Primary endpoint

  • (PDF) The SYNTAX Score an angiographic tool grading the

    - 225The SYNTAX Score an angiographic tool grading the complexity of coronary artery disease coronary arteries with four lesions each but the calculated SYN- 7. Hueb W, Soares PR, Gersh BJ, Cesar LA, Luz PL, Puig LB, Martinez EM, TAX score differs greatly (54.5

  • Optimal Angiographic Technique and Quantitative Analysis

     · A 3D angiography utilizes standard 2D angiographic images obtained at least 30° apart and with minimal vessel overlap and reconstructs 3D images. Several 3D QCA programs are now available CardiOp-B (Paieon Medical Ltd., Park Afek, Israel) and CAAS 5 (Pie Medical Imaging, Maastricht, the Netherlands, and Medis, Leiden, the Netherlands).

  • Quantitative Angiographic Assessment of Aortic

    Imaging BV, Maastricht, the Netherlands) was used for assessment of quantitative angiographic AR. This method relies on the angiographic radiopaque density changes after contrast injection in the ascending aorta and its regurgitation (and subsequently density increase) in

  • Angiographic and clinical outcomes of antegrade versus

    Objectives Available data indicate mixed outcomes after using retrograde techniques for chronic total occlusion(CTO) recanalization, with generally higher need for repeat revascularization. Aim of this study is to analyze the angiographic and clinical outcome of patients treated with retrograde techniques in

  • (PDF) The SYNTAX Score An angiographic tool grading the

    The group of low SYNTAXscore (<23) had at most 93 cases, accounting for 86.1% the lowest was the group of high SYNTAX score (≥ 33 points) accounting for 2.8%. There were statistically

  • Clinical significance, angiographic characteristics, and

     · BackgroundDespite technical advances in coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), early postoperative myocardial ischaemia still remains a challenging problem. The aim of this study was to determine the incidence, clinical features, angiographic characteristics, and management of early graft failure in the present CABG era.

  • Incidence, angiographic and clinical predictors, and

     · Objective We sought to determine the incidence, angiographic predictors, and impact of stent thrombosis (ST). Background Given the high mortality after ST, this study emphasises the importance of ongoing efforts to identify angiographic predictors of ST. Methods All consecutive patients with angiographically confirmed ST between 2010 and 2016 were 1 4 matched for (1) percutaneous

  • Periprocedural quantitative coronary angiography after

    Author information (1)Department of Interventional Cardiology, Thoraxcenter, Academisch Ziekenhuis, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. [email protected] OBJECTIVES We aimed to identify periprocedural quantitative coronary angiographic (QCA) variables that have predictive value on long-term angiographic results and to construct multivariate models

  • The ACRA Anatomy Study (Assessment of Disability After

    the Netherlands). Angiographic and clinical data were prospectively collected and stored in a dedicated electronic database. Definition of Palmar Arch Completeness Completeness of the palmar arches was based on a previous anatomic publication that determined the safety of RA harvest.10 The SPA was

  • The angiographic presentation of European Moyamoya

     · Background and purpose Little is known about the angiographic presentation of Moyamoya angiopathy (MMA) in non-Asian patients. Methods Conventional cerebral angiograms from 155 Caucasian patients diagnosed as MMA were analyzed with respect to extracranial champagne bottle neck sign, Suzuki stages, collateral status, as well as presence of aneurysms and posterior cerebral

  • Dutch technology cathetersMedium

     · Dutch Technology Catheters have designed & developed high-tech PTCA balloon catheter with the newest state-of-the-art technology used by top-tier companies around the world. Our customer-centric technology transfer process ensures that needs and expectations are explicitly documented accurately with optimum reliability and deliverability.

  • Angiographic Catheters Market Growth, Trends, and

    An angiographic catheter or diagnostic catheter is a tubular device that can be inserted into the anatomical cavity or blood vessels to allow passage of fluid from or into a body cavity or blood vessel. Such catheters facilitate selective locating (as in a renal or coronary vessel) from a remote entry site. Netherlands Cardiovascular

  • Learning Curve for Coronary CT Angiography What

     · One independent nonobserver radiologist (F.P.) compared the coronary CT angiographic score sheets from each reader with the quantitative coronary angiographic results obtained by using software (CAAS II Pie Medical, Maastricht, the Netherlands). The readers did not receive feedback about their diagnostic performances.

  • Angiographic CathetersAngioDynamics

     · Angiographic Catheters should be used only by physicians with a thorough understanding of angiography and percutaneous interventional procedures. Do not insert catheters directly through synthetic vascular grafts. Insert through a sheath introducer. AngioDynamics Angiographic Catheters are designed for use with specific guidewire diameters.

  • Five‐year angiographic, OCT and clinical outcomes of a

     · Angiographic follow-up was completed in 122 (51%) patients and OCT analysis was performed in 86 (36%) patients at 5 years (Figure 1). There were significant differences regarding baseline characteristics between patients who participated in 5-year angiographic follow-up and those who did not (Supplementary Tables 1 and 2).