ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT OF CORONARY ARTERY PERFORATIONS

Authors

  • Dr. Tanay Padgaonkar PG student, Department of Cardiology, MGM Hospital and Medical College, Kamothe.
  • Dr. Ratan Rathod Professor & HOD, MGM Hospital and Medical College, Kamothe.
  • Dr. Vijaykumar Verma Associate Professor, MGM Hospital and Medical College, Kamothe.
  • Dr. Sanjeevkumar Kalkekar ssistant Professor, MGM Hospital and Medical College, Kamothe.
  • Dr. Nitesh Karnine PG student, Department of Cardiology, MGM Hospital and Medical College, Kamothe.
  • Dr. Abhishek Singh PG student, Department of Cardiology, MGM Hospital and Medical College, Kamothe.
  • Dr. Kunal Bhuta PG student, Department of Cardiology, MGM Hospital and Medical College, Kamothe.

Keywords:

Complications in Angioplasty, PVA particles, Coronary Perforation, Covered stents

Abstract

A coronary artery perforation is a dreadful complication of percutaneous coronary interventions. Even though coronary artery perforations amount to only 0.3-0.6% of all complications they have serious consequences resulting in an 8% incidence of death, an 18% incidence of myocardial infarction (MI) and a 13% need for emergency surgical management. (1) We report a case of iatrogenic coronary artery perforation that was sealed using polyvinyl alcohol particles injected directly into the distal end of the artery.

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Published

15-04-2016

How to Cite

Dr. Tanay Padgaonkar, Dr. Ratan Rathod, Dr. Vijaykumar Verma, Dr. Sanjeevkumar Kalkekar, Dr. Nitesh Karnine, Dr. Abhishek Singh, & Dr. Kunal Bhuta. (2016). ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT OF CORONARY ARTERY PERFORATIONS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 2(4). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/226