This complete didactic procedure concerns a 72 yo male, with history of lateral STEMI (OM Stenting). The coronary angiography has also shown proximal RCA Chronic total occlusion with residual proven ischemia.
This RCA Chronic total occlusion was recanalized antegradly using antegrade-dissection-reentry (ADR) technique explained step-by-step by a Proctor expert in ADR.
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abdallah A. too much metal for a rather shorter lesion !!!!!
mariwan S. GREAT JOB WELL DONE
What was the cause of ostial dissection ?
Marc H. Could you have pulled your retrograde gear once your wire was in the true lumen
Bijan B. What happened to larg marginal branch
Amr A. what about 7fr sheath on transradial
do you need pre procedure radial duplex or angio
Anselmo B. The right ventricular branches were all occluded. They didn’t try to recanalize anterograde, really possible, in my experience. Subintimal is a last resource
Serob M. I guess it has retrograde flow :)
Narinder B. Why do you Need to be so Farm to reenter
ahmed S. excellent
Phatarpekar A. Naice
Serob M. Thomas Hovasse, super!
Mohammed H. excellent case