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Description
Shooting date : 2018-06-29
Last update : 2018-10-08
Language(s) : English

Protocol

  • Procedure time: 165 min
  • Exposure time: 36 min
  • Exposure: 349 mGray
  • Contrast volume: 2000 ml
     
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Protocol

  • Procedure time: 165 min
  • Exposure time: 36 min
  • Exposure: 349 mGray
  • Contrast volume: 2000 ml
     
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  • K R. Why did we deploy stent in pop ata and tpt. There is no flow limiting dissection or >30% residual lesion in pop and tibial vessels after plasty. You could have left it there. Leaving even non flow limiting dissection is acceptable in tibials. The idea behing doing BTK is just to heal the foot lesion which could be achieved with plasty alone as you did
    Deploying stent actually adds time, contrast and radiation exposure , cost on procedure. Does not any therapeutic benefit. And one more thing no need for DCB plasty for tibials.

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    • Venkatesa R. very good

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