restenosis

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re·ste·no·sis

n. reestenosis, recurrencia de estenosis después de cirugía correctiva.

restenosis

n reestenosis f
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Analysis of 1-year clinical outcomes in the SIRIUS trial: a randomized trial of a sirolimuseluting stent versus a standard stent in patients at high risk for coronary restenosis.
Eluting stents principles / or active / or who have demonstrated efficacy in the prevention of coronary restenosis preassembled on the catheter balloon slotted tube type, ring or multidesign mounted on balloon monorail suitable for the complete expansion of the stent, with a length of 8-9, 12 -15, 16-22, 24-32 and 38 mm and diameters between 2.
Coronary stents provide a path to the blood flow in the blocked coronary arteries in patients suffering from the condition of coronary restenosis.
Thus far, however, it has proven difficult to stratify patients with regard to risk for coronary restenosis based only upon clinical, angiographic or procedural risk factors.
A paclitaxel-eluting stent for the prevention of coronary restenosis.
Two major processes are involved in adverse events following PCI: (a) coronary restenosis, and (b) progression of disease on the same vessel or in another vessel (2).
The prospective, randomized, double-blind trial is designed to assess the safety and efficacy of a slow-release dose formulation paclitaxel-eluting TAXUS stent system for the treatment of coronary restenosis.
Potential role of human cytomegalovirus and p53 interaction in coronary restenosis.
Cardiologists often treat secondary blockages, called coronary restenosis, by removing the clogging clump of cells.
Updates will be presented on the Treatment of Acute Coronary Syndromes, Coronary Restenosis, Syncope and Congestive Heart Failure as well as on the Use of MRI in Cardiac Disease and on Hyperlipidemia.
The recently completed START trial demonstrated the efficacy of beta radiation for the treatment of coronary restenosis.