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Coronary Angioplasty: A Controlled Model for Ischemia

Author: P W Serruys; G T Meester
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1986.
Series: Developments in cardiovascular medicine, 58.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since the introduction of coronary angioplasty in 1977, this procedure has gained a steadily increasing position in the treatment of coronary artery obstmction. From the available evidence it can be estimated, that this thera peutic tool will get even more additional momentum of many ten-thousands of patients to be treated in the next few years, due to a growing fraction of patients who are candidates for this  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: P W Serruys; G T Meester
ISBN: 9789400942950 9400942958
OCLC Number: 851366363
Description: 1 online resource (212 pages).
Contents: 1. Effects of acute myocardial ischemia and reperfusion in conscious animals --
Instrumentation techniques for measurements of regional myocardial function in conscious animals --
Relationship between reduction in regional blood flow and myocardial function --
Adjustment to global LV ischemia --
Adjustment to regional myocardial ischemia --
Effects of reperfusion --
Enzyme leakage from ischemic myocardium --
Summary --
References --
2. Early changes in wall thickness and epicardial wall motion during coronary angioplasty in man. Similarities with in vitro and in vivo model --
Echocardiographic changes in wall thickness --
Changes in epicardial wall motion --
Regional marker motion --
Analysis of pressure-derived indexes during systole and diastole --
Results --
Changes in regional epicardial wall motion --
Changes in global left ventricular function --
Discussion --
References --
3. Intracoronary electrocardiogram during transluminal coronary angioplasty --
and methods --
Results --
Discussion --
References --
4. Clinical, electrocardiographic and hemodynamic changes during coronary angioplasty. Influence of nitroglycerine and nifedipine --
Methods --
Results --
Discussion --
Summary --
References --
5. Wall thickening and motion in transient myocardial ischemia: Similarities and discrepancies between different models of ischemia in man (Prinzmetal's angina, coronary angioplasty, Dipyridamole test) --
Echocardiographic markers of ischemia --
The clinical model of transmural vasospastic ischemia and coronary angioplasty --
Evaluating the site of myocardial ischemia before coronary angioplasty: a role for the Dipyridamole-echocardiography test --
References --
6. Effect of prolonged balloon inflations on hemodynamics and coronary flow with respect to balloon position in patients undergoing coronary angioplasty --
Methods --
Results --
Discussion --
References --
7. Myocardial release of hypoxanthine and lactate during coronary angioplasty: A quickly reversible phenomenon, but for how long? --
Patients and methods --
Results --
Discussion --
Summary --
References --
8. Role of potassium in the genesis of arrhythmias during ischemia. Evidence from coronary angioplasty --
Electrolytes in the ischemic myocardium --
Shortening of the action potential during myocardial ischemia --
Changes in the plasma potassium during myocardial ischemia --
Conclusion --
References --
9 'Collateralpressure' (occlusion pressure) during coronary angioplasty in coronary artery disease --
Methods --
Results --
Discussion --
Summary --
References --
10. Assessment of the dynamic and functional characteristics of collateral flow observed during sudden controlled coronary artery occlusion --
Methods --
Results --
Discussion --
Summary --
References --
11. Left ventricular cineangiography during coronary angioplasty --
Selection of the patients --
Left ventricular cineangiography procedure during PTCA --
Results --
References --
12. Left ventricular filling during acute ischemia --
Methods --
Results --
Discussion and conclusions --
References --
13. Ejection filling diastasis during transluminal occlusion in man. Consideration on global and regional left ventricular function. --
Study population and protocol --
Methods --
Results --
Discussion --
Conclusion: PTCA as an ischemic model? --
References.
Series Title: Developments in cardiovascular medicine, 58.
Responsibility: edited by P.W. Serruys, G.T. Meester.

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