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*  Endovascular Today - Single-Center Study Evaluates Postthrombotic Venous Obstructions and Stenting Across the Inguinal Ligament
1-year primary stent patency (66%), 1-year secondary stent patency (75%). ... vascular surgeons, neurologists, and vascular medicine practitioners, and our publication is read by an audience of more than ... In this series, 31 patients (42 limbs) presented with pain/swelling (100%) including venous claudication (81%) and active ... Concern for the latter is raised as the mobility of the common femoral vein may result in stent fracture and thrombosis. ...
  http://evtoday.com/2017/10/24/single-center-study-evaluates-postthrombotic-venous-obstructions-and-stenting-across-the-inguinal-ligament?center=16
*  Laparoscopic Vascular Surgery - The 3rd Edition: Prevention & Management
The most frequent surgery related complications were acute limb ischemia (7.5%) followed by graft thrombosis (5.4%) and ... Efforts are currently being made to facilitate the technique by providing an easier and faster method of vascular anastomosis. ... The most common primary causes of death were heart related (35.3% of all deaths) followed by bowel ischemia (20.6% of all ... However, as these 2 techniques evolve, indications, patency rates, patient survival, and cost-effectiveness will be among the ...
  https://laparoscopy.blogs.com/prevention_management_3/2010/07/laparoscopic-vascular-surgery.html
*  Cook Medical's Zilver® PTX® Earns FDA Approval As First Drug-Eluting Stent in U.S. to Treat Peripheral Arterial Disease |...
Eight out of ten patients treated with Zilver PTX still had open arteries (primary patency) after one year1. That compares to ... Zilver PTX is made of nitinol, a"shape memory" metal alloy, and is engineered to withstand the dynamic forces of the ... Standard techniques for interventional vascular procedures should be employed • Manipulation of the Zilver PTX Drug-Eluting ... director for the Center for Critical Limb Care at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, and an assistant clinical ...
  https://www.cookmedical.com/newsroom/cook-medicals-zilver-ptx-earns-fda-approval-as-first-drug-eluting-stent-in-u-s-to-treat-peripheral-arterial-disease/
*  Vascular access - Wikipedia
... where blood entering the limb is drawn into the fistula and returned to the general circulation without entering the limb's ... Three primary methods are used to gain access to the blood: an intravenous catheter, an arteriovenous fistula (AV) or a ... More options for sites to place a graft are available, because the graft can be made quite long. Thus a graft can be placed in ... Narrowing often leads to thrombosis (clotting). As foreign material, they are at greater risk for becoming infected. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vascular_access
*  Chapter 303 - Chronic Venous Disease and Lymphedema Flashcards by Bruno Rocha | Brainscape
"Varicose veins can be categorized as primary or secondary. Primary varicose veins originate in the superficial system and ... "Some vascular laboratories use air or strange gauge plethysmography to assess the severity of venous reflux and complement ... Previous proximal vein thrombosis, occlusion of inferior vena cava filters, extrinsic compression from tumors and May-Thurner ... In the chronic stages, the edema no longer pits and the limb acquires a woody texture as the tissues become indurated and ...
  https://www.brainscape.com/flashcards/chapter-303-chronic-venous-disease-and-ly-4095873/packs/5934898
*  Percutaneous treatment of failed native dialysis fistulas: use of pulse-spray pharmacomechanical thrombolysis as the primary...
... where pulse-spray pharmacomechanical thrombolysis was used as the primary mode of therapy. From June 2001 t ... Primary patency was defined as the interval following intervention until the next access thrombosis or repeated intervention. ... All punctures were made using a 22-guage single-wall vascular access needle or a micropuncture set (Cook, Bloomington, IN). The ... 20146317 - Endovascular treatment of angio-seal-related limb ischemia--primary results and long-te.... 8979737 - Isolated ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Percutaneous-treatment-failed-native-dialysis/16969047.html
*  The Treatment of Post-Thrombotic Syndrome (16.12.2016)
... of patients in whom a deep vein thrombosis has been diagnosed, a postthrombotic syndrome follows. This remains the case even ... primary patency rates of 38% to 100% and secondary patency rates of 73% to 100% were achieved (follow-up: 9 to 68 months) (27, ... The decision whether to operate, and the choice of procedure, should be made with great care. The decision is made on a case-by ... The 2008 guideline of the German Society of Vascular Surgery is now out of date (38). The AHA, in its current guideline ...
  https://www.aerzteblatt.de/int/archive/article/184625
*  Plus it
... patency at 3-5 years, with limb salvage rates usually 10-15% better than patency rates. There is evidence of lower limb salvage ... Genetic models not expressing the initial stages of these vascular growth factors ("knockouts") lead to failure of primary ... Grafts revised before thrombosis have better patency rates than those revised after this has occurred. Once a graft has ... Ang-1 is made by perivascular cells, while Ang-2 is made by endothelial cells. Mice with Ang-2 knockout appear to have normal ...
  http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/28/4/963
*  Drug-Eluting Stent Update 2007 | Circulation
... with stent thrombosis as one of its primary end points at 3 years. ... At 9 months, a 90% vessel patency was observed.63 As a result of the successful FIM trial (n=5) by Erbel and colleagues, the ... The first bioabsorbable stents were made of poly-L-lactic acid and recently studied in porcine models.57 The first successful ... In the ENDEAVOR I and II trials, the phosphorylcholine polymer-based cobalt-alloy Driver coronary stent (Medtronic Vascular, ...
  http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/116/3/316
*  02.20 Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease Flashcards - Cardiology | Brainscape
Because the intima is no longer smooth, there are hematoma-hemorrhages and some degree of thrombosis ... provides very acceptable limb salvage and survival despite a relatively high stenosis rate ... Specific vascular evaluation Inspection of skin changes. Capillary refill. Auscultate for bruits in central vessels. Pulse ... Primary angioplasty for critical limb ischemia 52 Use of VEGF and basic FGF to promote collaterall circulation growth ...
  https://www.brainscape.com/flashcards/0220-peripheral-arterial-occlusive-diseas-6187647/packs/9548067
*  Severe extremity injury in the adult patient
Every effort should be made to salvage the limb if there is no clear indication for primary amputation. An attempt to salvage a ... The involved soft tissues should be closely monitored for necrosis and vascular thrombosis [37]. Reconstruction can be ... The risk of limb loss is the greatest for injuries with combined bony instability, vascular injury (particularly combined ... The presence of a vascular injury also increases the risk for limb loss. In a contemporary combat review (2002 to 2009), 1570 ...
  http://www.uptodate.com/contents/severe-extremity-injury-in-the-adult-patient
*  Endograft-preserving therapy of a patient with Coxiella burnetii-infected abdominal aortic aneurysm: a case report.
... may cause endocarditis and vascular infections that result in severe morbidity and mortality. We report a case of a C. burnetii ... The vascular endoprosthesis showed no macroscopic signs of infection. The decision was made to leave the endograft in place ... deep venous thrombosis, and chronic limb swelling and a mortality risk of 7% to 15% [7,8]. In our patient, the abdominal aortic ... Harris RJ,Storm PA,Lloyd A,Arens M,Marmion BP,Long-term persistence of Coxiella burnetii in the host after primary Q ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Endograft-preserving-therapy-patient-with/22145758.html
*  Peripheral Vascular Disease | Circulation
At the same time, these methods could be used to estimate systolic pressures at several sites along the length of the limb.18 ... Monitoring functional patency of in situ saphenous vein bypasses: the impact of a surveillance protocol and elective revision. ... One of the dramatic developments that made this possible was the observation by Forsmann1 in 1929 that a catheter could be ... Aspirin and other antiplatelet agents in the secondary and primary prevention of cardiovascular disease. Circulation. 1989;80: ...
  http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/102/suppl_4/Iv-46
*  Murine Model of Neointimal Formation and Stenosis in Vein Grafts | Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology
Patency of the grafted vessel was evaluated by mechanically emptying and observing refill downstream from the graft25 ... Neointimal and medial thicknesses and areas were measured: Tissue layer thickness measurements were made at 8 points 45° apart ... Immunohistochemical staining was performed with primary antibodies to α-smooth-muscle actin (1:200 dilution; Sigma) or CD-31 ( ... and limb claudication (eg, femoral-popliteal bypass grafting).1,2 Despite high early success rates of these procedures, it is ...
  http://atvb.ahajournals.org/content/24/7/1180
*  Dielectrography | definition of dielectrography by Medical dictionary
See Deep vein thrombosis. Plethysmography. Synonym/acronym: Impedance plethysmography, PVR. Common use. To measure changes in ... Detect vascular changes associated with Raynaud's phenomenon and disease * Determine changes in toe or finger pressures when ... Inform the patient that a report of the results will be made available to the requesting HCP, who will discuss the results with ... The method is based on the principle that any circumferential rate of change in a limb segment is directly proportional to the ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/dielectrography
*  Cornelius Olcott | Stanford Medicine Profiles
... their venous patency on follow-up duplex scanning imaging.Not all patients with primary axillary-subclavian vein thrombosis ... Reoperation for carotid stenosis is as safe as primary carotid endarterectomy 13th Annual Meeting of the Western-Vascular- ... To compare the outcome of bypass surgery and plaque excision for treatment of critical limb ischemia in the lower limbs ... Improved technology has made available the technique of video angioscopy. When applied routinely, it can provide a high yield ...
  https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/cornelius-olcott?tab=research-and-scholarship
*  Rationale and preliminary results ...... Doc to text
... thrombosis, or side effects caused by the contrast media. Minor hemorrhages with hematomas in the site of vascular access were ... MSFC Z-score, expressing the score of lower limb motility, plus upper limb motility, plus cognitive performance.^15-16 It was ... The latter recurred in two cases (29%), which were subsequently treated by stent insertion with a 6-month patency (Fig. 6).. ... However, no attempt at a stenting procedure was made in the absence of a dedicated device capable of preventing migration. This ...
  http://www.thisisms.com/forum/chronic-cerebrospinal-venous-insufficiency-ccsvi-f40/topic7958.html
*  Outcome of intra-arterial thrombolysis in patients with diabetes and acute lower limb ischemia: a propensity score adjusted...
Primary patency was defined as patent initial intervention and no need for additional intervention, and secondary patency as ... Preferably a contralateral puncture is made in the common femoral artery. Catheterization is usually made through the occlusion ... Sweden 1 Vascular Centre, Department of Cardio-Thoracic and Vascular Surgery, Skåne University Hospital , Malmö , Sweden 2 ... Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis. Activation of blood coagulation and thrombin generation in acute ischemic... Activation ...
  http://paperity.org/p/84921562/outcome-of-intra-arterial-thrombolysis-in-patients-with-diabetes-and-acute-lower-limb
*  Transradial (Wrist) Approach to Angiograms or Angioplasty -- Cardiology Patients' Forum
Primary Care prescribed antibiotic. Six weeks later I was referred to a Vascular Surgeon for an Ultra Sound who advised me that ... He/she may be able to help and also should be made aware of the complication. The wrist pressure band is just a way of stopping ... He is very concerned as I have a saggital sinus thrombosis and have been taking warfarin since 2000. As busy as he is he told ... Just an FYI: Allen's test assesses patency of the radial artery which is occluded by the hemostasis device. We use the ...
  http://www.ptca.org/forumtopics/topic_radial_access.html
*  Patent US6063407 - Treatment of vascular thrombosis and restenosis with inhaled nitric oxide - Google Patents
... inhibiting or preventing vascular thrombosis or arterial restenosis in a mammal. The disclosed methods include causing the ... Effects of Inhaled NO on Artery Patency. In animals receiving 0 ppm inhaled NO (Group A), arterial patency did not change ... peripheral vascular disease and ischemic limb. In one embodiment of this invention, the identified mammal is a human who has a ... Stabilized nitric oxide - primary amine complexes useful as cardiovascular agents. US5155137 *. Sep 20, 1990. Oct 13, 1992. The ...
  http://www.google.com/patents/US6063407?dq=6,243,373
*  Neurosciences Institute in Kolkata : Hospital for Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neuro-rehabilitation & Neuropsychiatry for Adults &...
After endovascular intervention, primary patency is defined as patency without any additional treatment. Many studies have ... Vascular malformations of head, face, neck. Vascular malformations of the head, face, and neck" is often used as a general term ... Blood flow to the AVM may be treated in stages to prevent thrombosis or hemorrhage from occurring. In more than 60% of cases, ... The diagnosis of this condition can usually be made with MRI images of the spine, but spinal angiogram is required to confirm ...
  http://neurokolkata.org/TreatmentofAVMs.shtml
*  Hormone substitution | definition of Hormone substitution by Medical dictionary
... or prolong vascular graft patency.. art therapy in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as ... The primary disorders of the circulatory system in postmenopausal women are stroke, hypertension, and coronary artery disease. ... compression therapy treatment of venous insufficiency, varicose veins, or venous ulceration of the lower limbs by having the ... A new technique called micronization has made it possible for women to take natural progesterone by mouth. Many women prefer ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Hormone+substitution
*  Medical device - OXFORD BIOMATERIALS LIMITED
... particularly a vascular graft or an arteriovenous (AV) graft for haemodialysis. The medical device comprises a layer of porous ... Enomoto et al., "Long-term patency of small-diameter vascular graft made from fibroin, a silk-based biodegradable material" ... The vascular graft may be used in vivo as an artificial artery or vein, for example in lower limb revascularisation or coronary ... graft and the native artery is thought to induce anastomotic intimal hyperplasia in PTFE grafts which have a primary patency of ...
  http://www.freepatentsonline.com/9539154.html
*  Post-MI PET Scan Imaging of Inflammation - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov
Estimated Primary Completion Date :. April 2015. Resource links provided by the National Library of Medicine Drug Information ... Restoring the patency of the coronary vessels and providing the ischemic myocardium with reperfused blood can cause additional ... Vascular Diseases. Colchicine. Gout Suppressants. Antirheumatic Agents. Tubulin Modulators. Antimitotic Agents. Mitosis ... in a twelve lead electrocardiogram and for whom the decision was made to be taken to the cath lab to perform angioplasty of the ...
  https://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02281305
*  Peripheral artery disease - Wikipedia
"The Society for Vascular Surgery Lower Extremity Threatened Limb Classification System: risk stratification based on wound, ... Patency rates following angioplasty are highest for iliac arteries, and decrease with arteries towards the toes. Other criteria ... The patient is then asked to exercise (usually patients are made to walk on a treadmill at a constant speed) until claudication ... Burns P, Gough S, Bradbury AW; Gough; Bradbury (March 2003). "Management of peripheral arterial disease in primary care". BMJ. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peripheral_artery_disease