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Delivery of nitric oxide-releasing silica nanoparticles for in vivo revascularization and functional recovery after acute peripheral nerve crush injury.

After peripheral nerve injury, Nitric oxide has been shown to aid revascularization and nerve regeneration. NO-releasing silica nanoparticles contributed to increased revascularization at the sciatic nerve's crush site, according to the study of CD34 results. In NO-treated animals, the sciatic functional index showed significant improvement in sciatic nerve function. The number of myelinated axons in the crushed sciatic nerve and wet muscle weight excised from NO-treated rats was discovered in histological and anatomical studies, which was increased. In addition, muscle function recovery in rats treated with NO-SNs was enhanced. Our findings indicate that NO delivery of the injured sciatic nerve triggers enhanced revascularization at the lesion during the early phase of injury recovery, promoting axonal recovery and improving functional recovery.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35142695


Impact of Stress Hyperglycemia on the Timing of Complete Revascularization in Non-diabetes Patients with ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction and Multivessel Disease.

Background: Stress hyperglycemia is correlated to an elevated risk of death in diabetic patients with ST elevation myocardial infarction undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention. Methods and Results: 742 non-diabetic patients with STEMI and MVD were divided into the SHG group and the non-SHG group in this retrospective review. In the SHG group, the incidence of no-reflow syndrome and in-hospital mortality were both significantly higher than those in the non-SHG group. Conclusion: SHG is related to elevated SF-NR and short-term adverse events in non-diabetic patients with STEMI and MVD, and short-term adverse events, and CR during PPCI raises the risk of NR.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35854437


Thirty Day Stroke and Mortality after Carotid Revascularization Among Octogenarians with Symptomatic Carotid Stenosis: Real-World Evidence from A National Surgical Quality Registry.

Methods The NSQIP-approved CEA and CAS database was searched for patients aged u226580 under CEA and CAS between 2012 and 2019, which was retrieved by the NSQIP survey. CAS and CEA identified a total of 122 and 3,013 patients aged u2265-80 with symptomatic carotid stenosis. Patients with CAS were more likely to be over 90 years and have diabetes, were more likely to have diabetes, were more likely to have high-risk anatomy, and had lower ASA scores. An ipsilateral stroke had affected 45. 6 percent patients with CAS and 44. 7% in patients with CEA. A greater risk of 30-day success was associated with a higher risk of 30-day survival, despite higher age having significantly elevated odds. Conclusions From a real world study by a surgical quality registry show that CEA may have reduced mortality risks compared to CAS among octogenarians.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35863648


Effect of Patient-Reported Preprocedural Physical and Mental Health on 10-Year Mortality After Percutaneous or Surgical Coronary Revascularization.

Background Information Medical and anatomical characteristics are often considered determining whether percutaneous coronary intervention or coronary artery bypass graft in patients with complex coronary artery disease such as left-main CAD or 3-vessel disease. Methods This subgroup of the SYNTAX trial, which is the extended sequel to the successful SYNTAX trial comparing PCI with CABG in patients with left-main CAD or 3-vessel disease, stratified patients by terciles of Physical and Mental Component Summary, respectively. 10-year mortality among PCI and MCS patients was substantially higher with PCI than MCS, compared to CABG, whereas among those with low PCS or low MCS, there were no significant differences in 10-year mortality between PCI and CABG, leading to a significant treatment-by-subgroup interaction.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35862109


Cardiopulmonary exercise testing and impedance cardiography in the assessment of exercise capacity of patients with coronary artery disease early after myocardial revascularization.

Patients with coronary artery disease are characterized by a variety of physical fitness, not only by anatomical improvement of atherosclerosis but also by individual cardiovascular hemodynamic responses to exercise. In patients with CAD, the aim of this research was to determine the correlation between exercise capacity measured by cardiopulmonary exercise testing and impedance hemodynamics. Between absolute peak values of VO 2 versus HR, VO 2 versus CO, and LCWi versus LCWi were all reported. At the AT time point, there was no correlation between AT VO 2 and hemodynamic variables. Conclusion The ICG is a cost-effective way of determining the cardiovascular response to exercise in patients with CAD.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35844003


Differences in Revascularization Strategy and Outcomes by Clinical Presentations in Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection.

Myocardial infarction is a result of coronary artery dissection, which is a common cause. However, the role of revascularization for SCAD remains unclear, according to a poster. Methods We analyzed SCAD patients who were acutely participating in the Canadian SCAD Cohort Study. We compared revascularization strategy and clinical results in SCAD patients presenting with ST-elevation MI vs. unstable angina or non-STEMI in a SCAD population with ST-elevation MI. Compared to 8. 7% of UA/NSTEMI patients, More SCAD-STEMI patients were treated with revascularization. 93. 9% of SCAD-STEMI patients were planned procedures compared to 71. 1% for UA/NSTEMI. STEMI was 65. 5 percent and 76. 9% for UA/NSTEMI, with a 75% success rate for UA/NSTEMI. The 1-year MACE in revascularized patients was not different between STEMI and UA-NSTEMI. Conclusions: Despite elevated in-hospital events, revascularization in SCAD patients, and increased revascularization with SCAD-STEMI, 1-year MACE was not different from UA/NSTEMI.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35850384


Pedal arterial calcification score is associated with hemodynamic change and major amputation after infrainguinal revascularization for chronic limb-threatening ischemia.

Objective Pedal medial arterial calcification is linked to significant amputation in patients with CLTI. Methods This is a single-institution retrospective review of 306 patients who underwent medically effective infrainguinal revascularization for CLTI and had foot x-rays for blinded pMAC scoring. pMAC 4. 5 [HR 10. 6] and pMAC 5. 8; p=0. 008]; pMAC 5: HR 15. 5, p=0. 008] were among Cox proportional hazards model's factors directly associated with major amputation after endoluminal revascularization were WIfI stage 4 [HR 2. 7 p=0. 007] and pMAC score [p=0. 02] and pMAC score [p=0. 008]; pMAC 5: pMAC 5: HR 15. 5 [p=0. 007]; p=0. 008; p=0. 008] With available data, WIfI's ischemia grade was up in 35/46, but not related to pMAC score or any other baseline patient or leg characteristics, according to available data. The only factor strictly associated with major amputation after bypass was non-autologous conduit [HR 5. 6, p=0. 003]].

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35850162


Temporal trends and outcomes of peripheral artery disease revascularization and amputation among the HIV population.

With antiretroviral therapy, people with HIV are also developing age-related illnesses, including peripheral arterial disease. PWH primary amputation and peripheral vascular intervention This report examined the prevalence and effects of peripheral vascular intervention and primary amputation. HIV status change from 2012 to 2018 We used the National Inpatient Sample database to examine population, comorbidities, and temporal trends among PVI and primary amputation admissions by HIV status from 2012 to 2018. PWH had more renal and hepatic disease than before, but uninfected patients had more traditional PAD risk factors. Compared to 49. 3% in HIV-initiation, 52. 2 percent of HIV+ admissions were endovascular, and 28. 9% of HIV+ admissions were elective, relative to 42. 9% among HIV+ people. Although PWH is gaining more chronic illnesses linked to age, the number of PAD-related procedures has remained relatively stable, suggesting that although PWH is increasingly developing longer-running illnesses. Despite being younger and with fewer conventional PAD risk factors, PWH had higher rates of unplanned PVI admissions and endovascular revascularization, but similar in-hospital outcomes.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35848583


Absence of the Anterior Communicating Artery on Selective MRA is Associated with New Ischemic Lesions on MRI after Carotid Revascularization.

The origins and purpose of this article MRA-selective MRA using a pencil beam presaturation pulse can clearly portray anterior communicating artery flow. Following carotid revascularization, we investigated the effects of anterior communicating artery flow on the perioperative hemodynamic status and new ischemic lesions. After temporary ICA occlusion, we also measured the change in regional cerebral oxygen saturation. Anterior communicating artery flow was found in 61 patients, but not in 22 patients. Preoperative cerebrovascular reactivity was significantly higher in patients with anterior communicating artery flow with a mean peak systolic velocity of u2265200 cm/s. In patients with no anterior communicating artery flow artery flow, the decrease in mean regional cerebral oxygen saturation was much higher. Conclusions The absence of anterior communicating artery flow in patients with carotid stenosis influenced the perioperative hemodynamic status in patients with carotid stenosis and was associated with a rise in new ischemic lesions following carotid revascularization.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35835591

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