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BAROCCO

Balloon Angioplasty vs ROTACS for total Chronic Coronary Occlusion trial. A randomised study of percutaneous coronary angioplasty (PTCA) vs ROTACS (a battery-driven, over-the-wire catheter comprised of several helical stainless-steel coils, and a moveable polyethylene or polyolefin sheath) for managing chronic total coronary occlusions.
 
Results
ROTACS had a 40% success rate vs 52% for PTCA; PTCA was able to salvage 59% of ROTACS failures; only 17% of PTCA failures could be salvaged by ROTACS. The ROTACS is rarely used and not available in the USA.
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47) Croce's notion of decadentismo, conceived of as an 'excogitation a posteriori' (Moroni, 2004: 66) and developed by Walter Binni as the influential critical school, (48) would constitute a relevant factor in the prolonged Italian dismissal of the Baroque, a refusal which would be reversed only after WWII, with Giulio Carlo Argan's 1954 exposition La rettorica e l'arte barocca (delivered at the third International Congress of Humanistic Studies in Venice) and Luciano Anceschi's Barocco e Novecento (1960).
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