By Michela Casella, Antonio Dello Russo
Interventional cardiac electrophysiology has gone through a fast improvement in method and alertness lately. New three-d suggestions were proposed for catheter navigation within the center yet, an updated X-ray consultant continues to be crucial for the right kind positioning of catheters within the assorted cardiac chambers. An Atlas of Radioscopic Catheter Placement offers basic wisdom approximately radiographic anatomy of the guts and a few advices to properly movement and rotate the catheters, in a concise and transparent demeanour.
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Thus, the combination of abciximab with stenting has been hypothesised to be the optimal percutaneous revascularisation strategy , not only for reducing TVR but also for improving survival to the level of placebo-treated non-diabetic patients in elective PCI [33, 38]. Anyway, published data on diabetic patient sub-sets from the various glycoprotein IIb/IIIa inhibitor trials have assessed different agents and forms of percutaneous revascularisation 36 F. Bovenzi et al. (stent versus non-stent) and used different end-points and durations of follow-up.
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Only recently, the Working Group for Refractory Angina Pectoris of the European Cardiovascular Society has published an overview on refractory angina pectoris, in which it recommends neurostimulation as therapeutic alternative: two techniques are transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and spinal cord stimulation (SCS) . Numerous studies have demonstrated that this adjuvant therapy was associated with reduction in the frequency of attacks, and with increase in exercise capability.
An Atlas of Radioscopic Catheter Placement for the Electrophysiologist by Michela Casella, Antonio Dello Russo