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Clinical Case Update
Cath Lab Live
Grand Rounds with Dr. Kern
Peripheral Artery Disease
Volume 28 Issue 1
Morton Kern, MD
Rebecca Kapur, Managing Editor, Cath Lab Digest
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Transcatheter Aortic Valve Positioning: A Simple Technique to Ensure Future Coronary Access
With proper commissural alignment in a TAVR patient, it is just a matter of engaging through the valve frame to access the coronaries.
The Runthrough NS: Ten Years Later
Our policy at Mount Sinai Hospital is that for every percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), we open the Runthrough NS. It is at 100% use in our interventions.
Spotlight: Parkland Health & Hospital System
The cath lab is part of Parkland Memorial Hospital’s surgical services line. We typically perform 40-50 cases a week.
The Value of a Multidisciplinary Approach to Cardiogenic Shock Management
The collaborative care between the heart failure cardiologist, interventional cardiologist, and cardiothoracic surgeon was crucial in this case.
Two-Year Results of IMPERIAL: First-Ever Randomized Study of Eluvia and Zilver PTX in Femoropopliteal Artery Lesions
The Eluvia stent utilizes a drug-polymer combination that provides a sustained release of paclitaxel over one year.
Still With Us: Treating ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction Remains an Urgent Focus. Finding Hope in the Rise of Telemedicine and AI
The time to telemedicine diagnosis from a center located hundreds of miles away from the originating patient is now 3.5 minutes.
Lower Paclitaxel Dose, Smaller Delivery Platform: 12-Month Data From the RANGER SFA II Trial
Dr. Sachar presented 12-month data from the RANGER II SFA trial of the Ranger drug-coated balloon (DCB) (Boston Scientific) on November 5th at the 2019 Vascular InterVentional Advances (VIVA) conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Multilevel CTO Crossing and Treatment
This case utilizes a personalized approach for access, crossing, and treatment in order to achieve the best outcomes for the patient.
A Written Procedural Information Tool to Increase Communication in Adult Patients Undergoing Cardiac Catheterization
The written procedural information tool should meet the needs and expectations of the patient (including sensory information).
Is the FAME Approach to CAD in TAVI Patients Applicable?
At this time, I believe we should use functional (FFR/NHPR) assessment of CAD for best decisions in this often elderly and frail patient group.
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