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El tratamiento endovascular parece superior a la cirugía en aneurismas rotos

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm during the Pandemic: Should They Be Operated or Deferred?

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm during the Pandemic: Should They Be Operated or Deferred?

Some European societies have recommended deferring the treatment of infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) ≥5.5 cm during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, these documents have also suggested optimal deferral times, and everything must be adjusted according to the transmission risk/risk of rupture balance. Annual risk of rupture can be estimated based on a prospective cohort published by

Subutilización del tratamiento médico en enfermedad vascular periférica

Which Type 2 Endoleaks Should We Intervene?

This work emphasizes the need to be conservative with type 2 endoleaks, and the need for long-term prospective information to learn about the advantages of intervention. The presence of type 2 endoleaks is associated with reintervention, as it was historically assumed that they increase the risk of sac rupture. However, this new research, published in

Solution for Type 1A Endoleaks After Abdominal Endoprosthesis

Proximal type 1 endoleaks after endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysmal repair are challenging to solve, with no existing consensus on the proper solution. This work compared the most radical solution to the problem vs. a more conservative—though still challenging—option. The first one was the surgical explantation of the endoprosthesis with aortic reconstruction, while the more “conservative”

angioplastia femoral

SOLACI PERIPHERAL | 5th Clinical Case: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm with Hostile Neck

New clinical case from SOLACI PERIPHERAL! This time, we present a case featuring an abdominal aortic aneurysm with hostile neck. With this, we wrap up an intense year during which we published 5 clinical cases to deepen and stimulate the exchange between Latin American interventionist colleagues. Tell us what you think about this case using

Webinar Técnicos y Enfermeros - Nuevas Fronteras en la Sala de Hemodinamia

Watch Again New Frontiers in the Cath Lab

Watch again our Webinar “New frontiers in the Cath Lab” on our Youtube account. The event was held on 28/11/2020 and it was carried out by the Nurses and Technicians area. What things will I learn if I watch this video? 07:58 | Coronary Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR). Nursing Know How – Erika Hernández Álvarez

TAVR via trans-carotidea anestesia local o general

Anesthetic Modes and Their Impact on Elective Endoprostheses

This work supports previous observations on the mortality benefit of regional (and even local) anesthesia in patients who undergo elective endovascular aneurysm repair for the treatment of infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysms. These benefits also translated into a shorter hospital stay, but not into less pulmonary complications, which is what previous studies had suggested. Minimally invasive

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