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7. EPISTENT Investigators. Randomised controlled trial to assess safety of coronary stenting with use of abciximab. Lancet 1998; 352:85–90. 8. Rogers C, Parikh S, Seifert P et al. Remnant endothelium after stenting enhances vascular repair. Circulation 1996; 94:2909–14. 9. Moschi G, Migliorini A, Trapani M et al. Direct stenting without predilation in acute myocardial infarction. Eur Heart J 2000; 21:525 (abstract). 10 CASE 03 21/11/03 10:58 am Page 11 Case 3 LEFT MAIN STENOSIS KEPT SIMPLE Stephen Ellis Background MR is a 90-year-old female transferred to our institution following presentation for the second time with congestive heart failure.
A) Percutaneous insertion of the arterial and venous CPS cannulae. The arterial cannula (1) was advanced to the proximal common iliac artery, while the venous cannula (2) was placed above the junction between the right atrium and the inferior vena cava. A left percutaneous approach (3) was used for graft stent implantation after hemodynamic stabilization of the patient. (b) Diagram of the CPS components and circuit. The venous blood is aspirated by a centrifugal pump, propelled through the heat exchanger and the membrane oxygenator and returned to the patients.
Circulation 1996; 94:2909–14. 9. Moschi G, Migliorini A, Trapani M et al. Direct stenting without predilation in acute myocardial infarction. Eur Heart J 2000; 21:525 (abstract). 10 CASE 03 21/11/03 10:58 am Page 11 Case 3 LEFT MAIN STENOSIS KEPT SIMPLE Stephen Ellis Background MR is a 90-year-old female transferred to our institution following presentation for the second time with congestive heart failure. Her cardiac history, other than mild hypertension, began only 3 weeks earlier when she presented to an outside hospital with dyspnea on exertion, noted over the previous 2 weeks.
Case studies in interventional cardiology by Martin T Rothman