renal revascularization

renal revascularization

surgical correction of occlusion of a renal artery through a technique such as renal artery endarterectomy or one of the bypass procedures.
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In support of this, a retrospective analysis from 6 university trauma centers found that elapsed time to operative renal revascularization after major renovascular trauma was not correlated with renal outcome (5).
Definition of RAS may also help to explain why some studies failed to prove the benefits of renal revascularization, including Angioplasty and Stenting for Renal Artery Lesions study.
Since RAS is associated with a poor outcome, it is worth to investigate whether renal revascularization is beneficial for patients with heart failure.
812; this value contraindicated renal revascularization, so the patient was conservatory treated.
The evolution of elderly patients is favourable even without interventional or surgical renal revascularization.
Clinical efficacy of percutaneous renal revascularization with stent placement in atherosclerotic renovascular disease.
Among the society's upper limits for complications from percutaneous renal revascularization are 1% for 30-day mortality, 2% for renal artery occlusions and acute renal failure, and 5% for access site hematomas requiring surgery, transfusion, or prolonged hospital stay (J.