Pros and Cons in PTA and Auxiliary Methods

Eberhard Zeitler, Walter Seyferth. E. Zeitler W. Seyferth (Eds.) Pros and Cons in PTA and Auxiliary M2thods (1) (2) Pros and Cons in PTA and Auxiliary Methods. Front Cover.

Author: Eberhard Zeitler

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642737367

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PTA has proven to be an essential tool in the diagnosis of peripheral occlusive vascular disease. It substantially contributes to economize therapy. This volume presents the results of several working groups, gives technical information about new devices such as Laser-PTA and Rotator-PTA, atherectomy, thrombolysis and stent application, and shows the risks. These results are presented with critical appreciation of the advantages and disadvantages and with early and late results. These new developments within the scope of PTA indicate the trends for the future.

Pros and Cons in PTA and Auxiliary Methods

This volume presents the results of several working groups, gives technical information about new devices such as Laser-PTA and Rotator-PTA, atherectomy, thrombolysis and stent application, and shows the risks.

Author: Eberhard Zeitler

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ISBN: 3642737374

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PTA has proven to be an essential tool in the diagnosis of peripheral occlusive vascular disease. It substantially contributes to economize therapy. This volume presents the results of several working groups, gives technical information about new devices such as Laser-PTA and Rotator-PTA, atherectomy, thrombolysis and stent application, and shows the risks. These results are presented with critical appreciation of the advantages and disadvantages and with early and late results. These new developments within the scope of PTA indicate the trends for the future.

Radiology of Peripheral Vascular Diseases

A new technique. ... In: Zeitler E, Seyferth W (eds) Pros and cons in PTA and auxiliary methods. ... Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol 16:158–164 Stribley K, Wilkins RA (1987) Techniques of superficial femoral artery catheterization prior to ...

Author: E. Zeitler

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642569562

Category: Medical

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A comprehensive account of the use of modern imaging procedures for the diagnosis of arterial and venous diseases. Each imaging modality is separately considered and applications in individual diseases are then explained with the aid of excellent illustrations. In addition, vascular interventions such as balloon angioplasty, local thrombolysis, and stent implantation are discussed and appraised, with special attention devoted to the problem of radiation burden for patients. The authors are all recognized experts in angiology, phlebology, and interventional radiology.

Percutaneous Transluminal Angioscopy

Prog Rep 1: W (eds) Pros and cons in PTA and auxiliary methods. 95–106 53. BeckA, MilicS,Spagnoli AM, MundingerA, BlumU(1989) The clinical valueof percutaneous transluminal angioscopy: angioscopical findings in primary vascular ...

Author: Andreas Beck

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ISBN: 9783642747175

Category: Medical

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Percutaneous transluminal angioscopy is opening up exciting possibilities for the interventional radiologist, since it can picture vascular features with an accuracy and clarity that previously has not been possible. Dr. Beck paves the way for the use of this new tool in clinical diagnosis; he details the technical prerequisites, gives step-by-step instructions for applying the technique and discusses how to interprete the resulting images. The amazing results of percutaneous angioscopy are compared with the results of conventional angioscopy. This approach introduces the new and unknown in perspective with the tried and trusted of the past. Major advantages become obvious: unclear or uncertain angiographical findings can be cleared up, interventional procedures can be supported, and the effects of interventional radiology can be seen before and after vascular treatment. The author's unique insight and systematic approach to the vascular system make this atlas a truly pioneering work.

Image Guided Interventions E Book

Zeitler E, Grüntzig A, Schoop W. Percutaneous vascular recanalization; technique, application; clinical results. New York: Springer-Verlag; 1978. Zeitler E, Seyferth W. Pros and cons in PTA and auxiliary methods.

Author: Matthew A. Mauro

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9781455753970

Category: Medical

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2014 BMA Medical Book Awards Highly Commended in Radiology category! Image-Guided Interventions, a title in the Expert Radiology Series, brings you in-depth and advanced guidance on all of today’s imaging and procedural techniques. Whether you are a seasoned interventionalist or trainee, this single-volume medical reference book offers the up-to-the-minute therapeutic methods necessary to help you formulate the best treatment strategies for your patients. The combined knowledge of radiology experts from around the globe provides a broad range of treatment options and perspectives, equipping you to avoid complications and put today's best approaches to work in your practice. "... the authors and editors have succeeded in providing a book that is both useful, instructive and practical" Reviewed by RAD Magazine, March 2015 Formulate the best treatment plans for your patients with step-by-step instructions on important therapeutic radiology techniques, as well as discussions on equipment, contrast agents, pharmacologic agents, antiplatelet agents, and protocols. Make effective clinical decisions with the help of detailed protocols, classic signs, algorithms, and SIR guidelines. Make optimal use of the latest interventional radiology techniques with new chapters covering ablation involving microwave and irreversible electroporation; aortic endografts with fenestrated grafts and branch fenestrations; thoracic endografting (TEVAR); catheter-based cancer therapies involving drug-eluting beads; sacroiliac joint injections; bipedal lymphangiography; pediatric gastrostomy and gastrojejunostomy; and peripartum hemorrhage. Know what to look for and how to proceed with the aid of over 2,650 state-of-the-art images demonstrating interventional procedures, in addition to full-color illustrations emphasizing key anatomical structures and landmarks. Quickly reference the information you need through a functional organization highlighting indications and contraindications for interventional procedures, as well as tables listing the materials and instruments required for each. Access the fully searchable contents, online-only material, and all of the images online at Expert Consult.

Coronary Laser Angioplasty

Pros and Cons in PTA and Auxiliary Methods. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp 83–90 38. Prevosti LG, Lawrence JF, Leon MB (1987) Reduced surface thrombogenicity after thermal ablation of plaque (abstr). Circulation 76 (supp. IV): 408 39.

Author: K.R. Karsch

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783662064160

Category: Medical

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Since the development of the first laser generator by Maiman in 1960, laser energy has gained increased interest and has subsequently been used in various fields of applica tion. Due to its high energy density, combined with a sharply defined irradiation field, laser has aroused great expectations, especially since laser beams have been used very successfully in various fields especially technology and medicine. Medical and surgical applications of the laser were among the first and have been of undisputed benefit in, for example, ophthalmologic interventions such as coagulation of the retina, or for endoscopic tumorectomy in the bronchial, gastrointestinal and urogenital tracts. Consequently, considerable research effort was made to also apply laser techniques in interventional cardiology for the treatment of atherosclerosis, aimed at removing plaque material from stenosed tissue or occluded ateries and recanalizing tough and calcified segments unsuitable for the well-extablished technique of balloon dilatation. Ablating atheroma rather than pushing it aside was thought to achieve better results. However, it was found that the laser may create rough-edged cuts partly with substantial thermal or mechanical damage to the surrounding tissue, consequently provoking preconditions for unwanted restenosis. Different types of laser generators and probes have therefore been investigated in arterial vessels, mostly focusing on indirect laser effects. Intravasal probes with laser heated metal tips were used, as well as balloon catheters with an incorporated laser fiber designed to heat the surrounding tissue outside the balloon and to, ineffect, "iron out the plaque".

Principles of Surgical Patient

Long - term anticoagulation therapy is Pros and cons in PTA and auxiliary methods . Berlin , reserved for patients with a non - remediable Heidelberg : Springer . cause such as myocardial damage , atrial fibril12.

Author: C. J. Mieny

Publisher: New Africa Books

ISBN: 1869280059

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Interventional Radiology

Zeitler E : The pulsating guidewire in pros and cons in PTA and auxiliary methods , in Zeitler E , Seyferth W ( eds ) : Pros and Cons in PTA and Auxiliary Procedures . Berlin , Springer - Verlag , 1989 , pp 129–135 Figure 6.2.1 .

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