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Clinical data

  • 61 year old man
  • Left IF DVT 2015
  • Swollen leg since
  • Reent development obvious PTS LLE
  • Venous Claudication
  • No ulceration or swelling

1st Plan

  • R IJV access 10F 23cm Cordis Brite tip
  • Access L groins CFV/PFV/FV- 5F sheath
  • 5000 u IV Heparin
  • Venography- AP and Lateral
  • Cross from above or below with Cook Tri-Force
  • Glide wires (Terumo) or Roadrunner (Cook)

2nd Plan

  • One “across” use 260 Lunderquist wires through and through
  • CRITICAL TO DETERMINE INFLOW
  • IVUS essential
  • Pre dilate to
    • 16mm CIV
    • 14mm EIV/CFV

3rd Plan

  • Stents: 16mm CIV 14mm EIV CFV
  • Post dilate to nominal diameter stent
  • IVUS to confirm adequate stent expansion
  • Cone Beam CTV

Post operation

  • Calss 2 thigh high compression stockings x 6/52
  • Pneumatic compression boots x 24h
  • Maintain full anticoagulation
  • Colour Doppler US day to confirm stent patency
Shooting date : 2016-12-12
Last update : 2021-06-09
Stephen Black
London, United Kingdom
Rick De Graaf
Maastricht, Netherlands
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  • WEI W. don't you worry about the venous demage if you post dilate to the nominal diameter stent?

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    • Olivier H. It must be done this way if you use the good stent 16-18 mm for CIV, 14-16 mm for EIV and CFV

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