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Rajiv Gulati Jun 11
Four coronaries from right cusp
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Evandro Martins F. MD Jul 17
Friday night, last case NSTEMI w/ ongoing chest pain - did diagnostic angiogram. Going to start PCI to Mid LAD and mid LCX (focal disease) w/ EBU 3.5 from approach. Yes, 💩 happens 🤦🏻‍♂️
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Jay Mohan, D.O., RPVI, FACC Jul 6
It’s and we have new fellows! For all of you trying to learn check out this video I made to help you with the views! My best piece of advice- look at as many films as possible! Repetition is what will give you success!
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Luc Aguirre Jun 3
Sometimes life isn't easy. Last case of the day, calcified lésion, post stent 3.5x15 mm 😬
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Brian Kolski,MD Jun 10
Tweetorial Technique for Ostial RCA atherectomy with - usually but no radial option
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Shariq Shamim, MD, FACC Jul 30
Hardest STEMI ever. wire won’t go ostially. 5-6 other guides same issue, switched same femoral, nothing would engage, finally WRT guide fit (lifetime first use), Blue in then no balloons would go including sapphire and takeru 😫! Would you rotablate during STEMI?
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Cesar Villalobos Jul 3
Interesting case! How would you approach this?
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Shariq Shamim, MD, FACC Jul 14
tweetorial. Results similar to DKCrush, fewer steps, less radiation and contrast, full neo-carina coverage with less metal overlap, 6F compatible! CCS4 on OMT known severe LAD/D2 disease. Have you started using this novel technique?
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Michael Tso Aug 6
Check out e-posters at SNIS. ID166 & ID200. onyx mma embo for csdh, radial vs femoral dsa learning curve.
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Patrick Nicholson May 27
What do you do when gets boring? Transauricular cerebral angiography.
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Roger Barranco Pons May 17
Finally published! Congratulations to the interventional neuroradiology team of ⁦⁦⁦ ⁩ ⁦
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Rafael V Feb 18
75yo male, presented with anterior MI and cardiac shock. Thrombotic occlusion of the distal LM poorly responded to primary PCI. Impressive coronary perfusion improvement with Impella CP
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Rajiv Gulati Jun 8
First septal arises from diagonal in 1:80 cases. Why does it matter? Relevant for CTO PCI. Quick case thread to follow. Sorry only one
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PCRonline Jul 19
Learn the essentials of the Radial Approach: What difficulties can you find on the journey from the wrist to the subclavian artery & what key 🔑techniques are used to navigate successfully from the sub-clavian artery to the ascending aorta?
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Raffaele Piccolo Feb 8
Tackling stent underexpansion with a 3.0 balloon in a 2.25 mm stent at 30 atm
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Sachin Pandey Jan 11
Ruptured PICA aneurysm. Tx'd w Atlas to protect PICA delivered via contralat vert + coiling via microcath in ipsilat artery. Cases like this are the reason to have in your toolkit! If you still puncture both femoral arteries, its more about you than the patient
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Khalid Aljohani 🇸🇦د.خالد مسعد الجهني Jul 27
56 M ,DM ,PVD with amputation, CKD pre dialysis , CAD with recent LM DKCRUSH. Came with NSTEMI refused CABG again and deemed high risk surgery( EF now 25%) was 50% before. Ultra low contrast(20cc) IVUS guided DEB after cutting 🎈
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Andrew SP Sharp May 2
He lives! Is it because his hand-shaking operator went ?
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Bao Tran, MD, RPVI Jun 21
(1/2) Sometimes it's annoying to put in an Impella prophylactically for protected PCI and end up not really needing the support. Other times you are thankful when patient goes flat-line but is still awake and talking to you
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Guilherme Dabus, MD May 17
Again, the importance of mastering different accesses and tools. We need radial specific Neuro devices!!!!acute stroke with massive tortuosity of great vessels...
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