A low oxygen tension stimulates vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) synthesis and VEGF receptor expression in an attempt to revascularize
the ischemic retina (Cagliero et al., 1991).
They then set up protocols to reduce the time it takes to revascularize
an acute heart-attack patient, and discovered that a more efficient, well-coordinated process starting with the first medical contact and ending with revascularization allowed more patients to be treated in less than 90 minutes.
This well-established technique combines the mechanical strength of the allograft with the biologic potential of the fibular graft to revascularize
Should we emergently revascularize
occluded Coronaries for cardiogenic shocK: an international randomized trial of emergency PTCA/CABG-trial design.
Flaps carry their own blood supply and, thus, are not dependent on the recipient bed to revascularize
It may be necessary to revascularize
these arteries before a TEVAR, which will include the aortic arch [4, 11, 12].
Additionally, the medical literature is replete with reports of amputations resulting from failure to diagnose and emergently revascularize
those with knee dislocations and limb-threatening vascular injuries.
Struts can also be invaded by pagetic bone as they revascularize
and probably are best supported by an intramedullary femoral stem.
The decision "To revascularize
or not" was a major issue as the limb was non-functional though viable.
Therefore you need to plan to revascularize
the tibial or major collateral branch that directly supplies the wound for the best chance at healing.
Comparison of percutaneous coronary intervention and coronary artery bypass grafting after acute myocardial infarction complicated by cardiogenic shock: Results from the Should We Emergently Revascularize
Occluded Coronaries for Cardiogenic Shock (SHOCK) trial.
With the ability to revascularize
virtually any portion of the brain, a significant number of otherwise untreatable aneurysms and tumors can be managed successfully.