late stent thrombosis

late stent thrombosis

Cardiology The scar-induced closure of a previously stenosed coronary artery, a complication in ±20% of Pts who have undergone stenting for CAD. See Stent. Cf In-stent restenosis.
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4% Target Lesion Failure (TLF), the lowest reported TLF in a contemporary US pivotal study and a 0% rate of late stent thrombosis at 12 months, according to the companies.
Here we describe a case of very late stent thrombosis in a patient with CO poisoning.
It utilizes its technology to make products and offers solutions for various disease conditions such as stenting, embolic showers, restenosis and late stent thrombosis.
The emergence of first-generation drug-eluting stents (DES) has greatly minimized the limitations of bare metal stents (BMS); however, concern about in-stent neoatherosclerosis (NA) has attracted much attention owing to its close association with late complications such as revascularization and late stent thrombosis [1-3].
With sufficient improvements, GlobalData anticipates that BAS could begin to challenge drug-eluting stents as the gold standard of coronary and peripheral artery disease stenting as BAS devices aim to directly confront the current issues with permanent metallic stents, such as late instent restenosis, vessel scarring and late stent thrombosis.
Stent implantation for primary coronary artery to prevent restenosis properties and low risk of late stent thrombosis,
The higher incidence of late stent thrombosis in the Z-ES group was driven by an increased incidence of definite stent thrombosis.
This delay of endothelial growth is induced by an inappropriate long-term drug release and can lead to late stent thrombosis (1).
9) Data from these studies confirm previously published research that showed that perioperative withdrawal of low-dose aspirin increases risk for cardiac complications, including late stent thrombosis.
An independent analysis also confirmed XIENCE V's low late stent thrombosis rate of 0.