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Clinically Important Misclassification of Aortic Valve Stenosis Severity Using Non-Invasive Techniques: Simultaneous Echocardiography and Cardiac Catheterization During Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation in Awake Patients

Background: The suitability for transcatheter aortic valve implantation is determined by transthoracic echocardiography, but left-sided cardiac catheterization provides concrete pressure measurements. TAVI in awakened patients enables simultaneous testing of TTE and LCC under physiologically relevant left ventricular loading conditions. Methods and findings: TAVI was administered in 108 awake patients undergoing intra-procedural TTE and LCC between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2016, based on pre-procedure TTE results. In 79 of the 108 patients, intra-procedural TTE and LCC assessments were congruent. TTE underestimated AS severity by a factor of u22651 for 27 of the 108 patients. Overall, TTE underestimated MSEPG by 8. 9 mm Hg compared to 8. 9 mm Hg. Because decision-making concerning TAVI is often based on TTE results, these findings suggest either a continuing role for LCC in the diagnostic assessment of AS in patients that do not meet recommended TTE requirements or lowering TTE cutoffs for TAVI.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1532/hsf.3139


The Efficacy of Chitosan Hemostatic Pad on Hemostatic Function in Patients Undergoing Cardiac Catheterization: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

In patients undergoing cardiac catheterization, this paper explores the effects of the fitting of a chitin hemostatic patch on arterial hemostasis, bleeding time, and reduces the risk of bleeding and hematoma in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. The findings revealed that adding a chitin hemostatic patch to arterial hemostasis in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization could reduce the time to arterial hemostasis. The correlated effect of the chitin hemostatic patch on the bleeding time revealed that the bleeding time was not significantly reduced after adding a chitin hemostatic patch to patients in the experimental group, according to the subgroup study. Conclusions: The findings of the meta-analysis revealed that injecting a chitin hemostatic patch at the site of arterial puncture in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization dramatically reduced the time to hemostasis but did not significantly reduce the risk of bleeding and hematoma.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1532/hsf.3997


Severe Complications after General Anesthesia versus Sedation during Pediatric Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterization for Ventricular Septal Defect

This research was designed to compare the occurrence of acute complications in pediatric diagnostic cardiac catheterization for ventricular septal defect in general anesthesia and sedation in pediatric diagnostic cardiac catheterization under similar institutional environments. We retrospectively identified pediatric patients with ventricular septal defect diagnosis using the Japanese Diagnosis Procedure Combination registry from July 2010 to March 2019. The number of patients with severe complications in the general anesthesia group was significantly higher in the general anesthesia group than in the sedation group following adjustment. Severe complications were more prevalent in the general anesthesia group than in the sedation group.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm11175165


Anatomical Findings of Renal and Urological Abnormalities in Cardiac Catheterization of Children with congenital heart diseases – A Single Center Experience

Congenital heart disease is defined as an abnormality in the heart system or intra-thoracic great vessels that causes functional difficulties. This paper was published in Shahid Modarres Cardiovascular Medical and Research Center, aimed at investigating the relative incidence of abnormal kidney and urinary tract findings in abdominal cineangiography during cardiac catheterization of patients with CHD. The most common CHD in patients with renal or urinary tract malformations was patent ductus arteriosus. Conclusion: Because the prevalence of renal and urinary tract malformations among CHD patients is higher among CHD patients, the most common renal and urinary tract malformations among CHD patients were partial duplicates of the kidney followed by Uderopelvic Junction Obstruction is a result of chronic renal and urinary catheterization. During cardiac catheterization, practice of simultaneous abdominal cineangiography may have contributed to early diagnosis and therapy, as well as improved pre- and post-operative monitoring of patients.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5339/qmj.2021.54


Cardiac catheterization and angiography

Abstract Cardiac catheterization/angiography is used for the diagnosis of patients with coronary, valvular, or congenital heart disease in whom clinical or therapeutic decisions cannot be made based on non-invasive findings. Patients presenting for cardiac catheterization have coronary artery disease, catheterization, and coronary angiography are two essential components of interventional therapies for patients with ischaemic coronary syndromes.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780198746690.003.0345


The role of traditional obesity parameters in predicting the number of stenosed coronary arteries (≥ 60%) among patients undergoing cardiac catheterization

Abstract In the literature, the relationship between obesity and coronary artery disease has been well documented. Standard obesity measures such as waist circumference, waist contour, waist circumference, and hip circumference are all standard obesity measures used to analyze obesity. Body mass index, waist measurement, waist measurement, waist measurement, and hip circumference are all typical obesity measures used to track obesity. This research was designed to investigate the role of these common obesity indices in the prediction of the number of stenosed coronary arteries among patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. In two hospitals in Jordan, a descriptive cross-sectional analysis was conducted among 220 hospitalized patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. With the number of stented coronary arteries and the number of severe stenosed coronary arteries, Hip circumference had significant decline. Hip circumference of 103 cm, elevated serum triglycerides, HS-CRP, and being a smoker are all factors that can influence CAD or the chance of developing it.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-17517-0


Late Outcomes of Patients With Prehospital ST‐Segment Elevation and Appropriate Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory Nonactivation

Background Patients with suspected STu2013elevation myocardial infarction and cardiac catheterization laboratory nonactivation or cancellation have reportedly identical crude and higher risk of death compared to those with CCL activation, although the reasons for these poor results are unclear. We determined late clinical outcomes among patients with prehospital ECG STEMI criteria who had CCLu2010NA and CCLu2010NA compared to those who had CCL activation. The CCL activation group's adjudicated index diagnoses included MI, acute myocardial injury, and persistent myocardial injury. The risk of allu2010cause death in patients who had CCLu2010NA was elevated in patients with CCLu2010NA compared to CCL activation, owing to an increase in noncardiovascular deaths. These patients had poorer outcomes than CCL activation recipients, primarily because of increased incidences of noncardiovascular deaths.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1161/jaha.121.025602

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