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Patient perceptions of care quality and discharge information following same-day cardiac catheterization laboratory procedures: A mixed-methods study.

Patients' perceptions of care quality following a same-day intervention in the cardiac catheterization laboratory and discovering the degree to which they were able to discharge were prepared for discharge. One-on-one interviews with 13 of these patients revealed 13 patients after the same-day surgery in the cardiac catheterization lab. Survey findings were encouraging, with mean scores ranging from 4. 39-4. 83 out of five and 63. 3% of respondents being more likely to recommend the service to others.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36622955


Do COVID-19 pandemic-related behavior changes affect perioperative respiratory adverse events in children undergoing cardiac interventional catheterization?

Overview of the novel coronavirus disease suddenly broke out in China in December 2019. Pandemic-related behavioral changes can lead to chronic respiratory problems in children with congenital heart disease. Before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, we compared the prevalence of perioperative respiratory adverse events in CHD patients with and without upper respiratory infection during and without cardiac catheterization. Between January 2019 and March 2021, a total of 359 children with CHD with and without recent URI were present in 359 children with and without URI. Compared to and during the COVID-19 pandemic, the overall incidence of PRAEs in non-URI and URI children undergoing elective cardiac catheterization was reduced. During the COVID-19 pandemic period, the incidence of URIs decreased dramatically. During the pandemic and before, post-operative agitation in children without URI occurred less frequently during the pandemic than before. Conclusions COVID-19 pandemic-related behavioral changes were associated with a decrease in the incidence of PRAEs in non-URI and URI children undergoing elective cardiac catheterization.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36577959


A prospective observational study on impact of epinephrine administration route on acute myocardial infarction patients with cardiac arrest in the catheterization laboratory (iCPR study).

Epinephrine is commonly used in cardiac arrest; however, it is unknown if the route of administration has an effect on acute myocardial infarction patients with cardiac arrest. Methods of Percutaneous coronary intervention The prospective two-center pilot cohort study of acute myocardial infarction patients who died of cardiac arrest in the cardiac catheterization laboratory during percutaneous coronary intervention is a prospective two-center pilot cohort study. Compared to central IV and IC administration, the Peripheral IV epinephrine administration route was correlated with reduced odds of achieving spontaneous circulation recovery. Stent thrombosis' chances were also on the IC route, which was significantly higher. When compared to peripheral IV, central IV and IC routes were better for central IV and IC routes. Epinephrine administration via central IV and IC routes was associated with a higher risk of ROSC and improved neurological outcomes in comparison to peripheral IV administration. The IC administration of a stent thrombosis was thought to have a higher risk of stent thrombosis.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36539907


Ultrasound-guided femoral vascular access in pediatric cardiac catheterization.

This report was designed to determine the clinical effects of the use of the U. S. technique on the success rate and completion time of FAV cannulation during cardiac catheterization in children. Methods This is a retrospective observational report of consecutive pediatric patients who underwent cardiac catheterization in a tertiary care children's hospital from April 2016 to March 2022. Multiple logistic regression analyses were conducted to account for potential confounders, including patient and operator characteristics and procedural information. The odds ratio for the U. S. technique's success rate for FAV cannulation was 2. 03 : 1. 03 : The odds ratio of the U. S. technique's success rate for FAV cannulation was 2. 33. The odds ratio of the cannulation success rate of children aged 1 year was 0. 16 percent. The US-guided method may be an efficient FAV cannulation treatment in children during cardiac catheterization.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36528863

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