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

This paper was designed to determine the occurrence of severe complications in pediatric diagnostic cardiac catheterization for ventricular septal defect compared to similar institutional environments in general anesthesia and sedation. We retrospectively identified pediatric patients with ventricular septal defect treatment between July 2010 and March 2019, using the Japanese Diagnosis Procedure Combination database. Patients with severe complications in the general anesthesia group were significantly higher 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://europepmc.org/article/MED/36079095


Optimizing 3D Rotational Angiography for Congenital Cardiac Catheterization.

The aim of the investigation was to determine the variables associated with high-quality versus poor-quality three-dimensional rotational angiography, as well as creating guidelines for optimizing the process to 3DRA in congenital cardiac catheterization. [2. 120 mL/kg vs. 1. 62 mL/kg, p = 0. 005] and more dilute contrast solution [60% vs. 100%, p = 0. 007], but not with contrast volume determined on univariable data. 0 = 0. 022], and percent comparison solution [OR 0. 97, p = 0. 022] on multivariable logistic regression, HQ 3DRA was strongly associated with patient weight [OR 0. 97 95% CI, p = 0. 018], and percent comparison [OR 0. 97, 0. 022]. These results resulted in the design of scatter plots and a new 3DRA Nomogram for estimating the likelihood of HQ 3DRA. In CCC, this is the first attempt to develop evidence-based comparison dose charts and nomogram for 3DRA.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36029321


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

In the literature, the association of obesity and coronary artery disease has been well documented. Traditional obesity measures include body mass index, waist-height ratio, waist-hip ratio, waist-hip ratio, waist-hip ratio, waist-to-body indice, body adiposity index, waist circumference, and hip circumference. This research was designed to investigate the role of these common obesity measures in the estimation of the number of stenosed coronary arteries among patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Patients in 220 hospitalized patients undergoing cardiac catheterization in two hospitals in Jordan were included in a descriptive cross-sectional study. With the number of stented coronary arteries and the number of severe stenosed coronary arteries, Hip circumference showed significant decline. waist circumference was the second-best obesity measure in predicting CAD, with a cut-off value of 0. 95 m. High-sensitivity C-reactive protein, triglycerides, and smoking had strong positive correlations with the number of stented coronary arteries.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35970873

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