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Title: Native artery recanalization in patients with Critical Limb Ischemia followed bypass failure
Authors: Simonetti, Giovanni
Tsevegmid, Erdembileg
Keywords: Critical Limb Ischemia
bypass failure
limb salvage
native artery
Issue Date: 8-Jan-2009
Abstract: Introduction: At our department, limb-salvage angioplasty has been introduced as an alternativelast chance method with the primary goal of achieving limb salvage in selected poor surgical candidates with end-stage arterial occlusive disease and with bypass failure. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the treatment outcomes after limb-salvage PTA/S for poor surgical candidate patients with CLI following occluded bypass and who otherwise would be candidates for primary amputation. Objective: To prove the possibility of native artery recanalization in patients with critical limb ischemia followed bypass graft failure and to evaluate the outcomes of endovascular treatment for limb salvage in those critical limb ischemic patients who are otherwise would be candidates for major amputation. Materials and methods: This study was a single centre experienced, retrospective clinical analysis of 29 consecutive high surgical risk patients with CLI treated with PTA/Stent following ...
Description: 20. ciclo
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2108/742
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