Stenting unilateral chronic disease on right hand side

Stenting unilateral chronic disease on right hand side

Ch. 1: Access

In this real-life case example, Mr Stephen Black, MD, and Mr Prakash Saha (Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK), show how to treat a patient with unilateral chronic disease on the right-hand side through minimally invasive endovascular treatment.
This chapter highlights how to gain access and how to begin the stenting process using a microcatheter.

 


Programme Outline
  • Ch. 1: AccessStephen BlackPrakash Saha
  • Ch. 2: Obstruction - crossing the lesionStephen BlackPrakash Saha
  • Ch. 3: Pre-stenting IVUS and assessment of landing zonesStephen BlackPrakash Saha
  • Ch. 4: Pre-ballooningStephen BlackPrakash Saha
  • Ch. 5: Pre-dilation of IVUS & confirmation of landing zonesStephen BlackPrakash Saha
  • Ch. 6: Stent Deployment Stephen BlackPrakash Saha
  • Ch. 7: Post-stent dilation, IVUS check and completion of venographyStephen BlackPrakash Saha
  • Ch. 8: Dressing the puncture siteStephen BlackPrakash Saha

Ch. 2: Obstruction - crossing the lesion