The MagicTouch Sirolimus Coated Balloon Catheter is indicated for use in percutaneous transluminal
angioplasty (PTA), a procedure that can open a blocked blood vessel using a small catheter with a "balloon" at one end.
Radiation risk to patients from percutaneous transluminal
The 25 chapters address integrated imaging modalities in the cardiac catheterization laboratory; basic elements of cardiac catheterization and interventional cardiology, including complications, vascular access, pressure measurements, pitfalls in the evaluation of hemodynamic data, pericardial disease, pediatric cardiac catheterization, coronary anomalies, evaluation of myocardial blood flow, intravascular ultrasounds, and coronary, peripheral, and pulmonary angiography; and key areas of interventional cardiology, from percutaneous transluminal
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This unique global, prospective, randomized, multi-center trial is designed to assess safety and effectiveness of the Stellarex 0.014 drug-coated balloon versus percutaneous transluminal
angioplasty, or PTA, in patients with critical limb ischemia, or CLI.
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gateway technique (SGT) is based on the complete removal of necrotic tissues through a single fistula created between the cavity of necrotic collection and the lumen of the gastrointestinal tract (stomach or duodenum) [7, 8].
A complication of AVFs and AVGs is significant stenosis (>50% of the lumen) or obstruction and is usually restored with percutaneous transluminal
angioplasty (PTA) or surgical intervention .
migration of the mesh into the gastric lumen is a rare complication, with approximately 10 cases found during our literature search.
angioplasty (PTA) of central venous stenosis provides excellent immediate results but long term patency reported to be 10-30% at one year and restenosis were reported.
Jude Medical), and left atrial access could finally be achieved by dilatation of the interatrial septum with gradually increasing sizes of percutaneous transluminal
coronary angioplasty (PTCA) balloons (up to 5 mm) over the SafeSept wire (Figure 1(c); Supplemental Movie 1 in Supplementary Material available online at https://doi.org/10.1155/ 2017/3652413).
Although percutaneous transluminal
renal artery angioplasty had good short-term outcomes, the restenosis rates were high, especially for ostial disease .