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(Arterial thrombosis acute limb)
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  • Iliac Endovascular Intervention Without Procedural Anticoagulation. [Journal Article]
    Vasc Endovascular Surg. 2023 Jan 28 [Online ahead of print]Turan B, Uğur M, … Erkol A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Non-complex lesions of iliac arteries can be managed within a time frame similar to that of lower extremity diagnostic procedures. These interventions can be performed safely without procedural anticoagulation, provided patient receives DAPT. Intervention of in-stent lesions should ideally be avoided without procedural anticoagulation.
  • Vascular handlebar syndrome with blunt injury of common femoral artery. [Review]
    Vasa. 2023 Jan 26 [Online ahead of print]Alexopoulou-Prounia L, Kakkos SK, … Sintou E
  • Vascular handlebar syndrome with blunt injury of the common femoral artery is a rare vascular trauma mechanism, with high possibility of being missed or delayed. We present two cases of vascular handlebar syndrome treated in our hospital and a systematic review of the literature using MEDLINE and SCOPUS databases. Literature review identified 20 similar cases. The median age of patients was 18 ye…
  • Acute limb ischemia in an adolescent with COVID-19 and systemic scleroderma: a case report. [Case Reports]
    BMC Pediatr. 2022 12 28; 22(1):737.Milan MJDC, Dans LF, Torres-Ticzon VMF
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is evolving knowledge about the interplay of COVID-19 hyperinflammatory state and rheumatologic disorders. COVID-19 is thought to exacerbate cutaneous manifestations of autoimmune disorders via antigen protein mimicry and cytokine imbalance. Moreover, COVID-19 is characterized by complex hematopathologic processes that put a patient in a hypercoagulable state. Elevated D-dimer can be seen in both COVID-19 and systemic sclerosis owing to their pro-thrombotic sequela. There is scarcity of data on the association of Protein S activity with COVID-19 and systemic sclerosis. More studies need to be carried out to ultimately arrive at a consensus on thrombosis prophylaxis for patients with Scleroderma and COVID-19.
  • A Rare Combination of Arterial and Venous Thrombosis as a Sequalae of COVID-19. [Case Reports]
    Cureus. 2022 Dec; 14(12):e32817.Suleimanov V, Aljunibi KH, … Aldrazi HA
  • Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has been a devastating condition claiming millions of lives, crippling countless people, and causing economic turmoil all over the world since the outbreak started in Wuhan Province of China in December 2019. Numerous papers have been published in the literature about COVID-19-related complications affecting almost all systems in the human body. One of the seve…
  • Management of aortic occlusion in a morbidly obese smoker: A case report. [Case Reports]
    SAGE Open Med Case Rep. 2022; 10:2050313X221144511.Le TN, Roberts DA, … Singh K
  • Total occlusion of the abdominal aorta is a rare and life-threatening event. Risk factors most commonly include coagulopathy, vasculitis, trauma, abdominal aortic aneurysms, aortic thromboembolism, and aortic dissection. The most common complications include severe ischemic manifestations in the lower extremities, spinal cord, or viscera. Thus, management is largely dependent on presumed etiology…
  • Acute Limb Ischemia in Pediatric Intensive Care Units. [Journal Article]
    Ann Vasc Surg. 2022 Dec 19 [Online ahead of print]Silverberg D, Hater H, … Halak M
  • CONCLUSIONS: This large, single-center study demonstrates that ALI in the pediatric ICU population can be treated conservatively and is associated with a low amputation rate following nonoperative management. The favorable outcome exists regardless of the etiology of the ALI and underlying diseases.
  • Rivaroxaban in Patients with Symptomatic Peripheral Artery Disease after Lower Extremity Bypass Surgery with Venous and Prosthetic Conduits. [Journal Article]
    J Vasc Surg. 2022 Dec 02 [Online ahead of print]Govsyeyev N, Nehler M, … Bonaca MP
  • CONCLUSIONS: Surgical bypass with prosthetic conduit is associated with significantly higher rates of major adverse limb events relative to venous conduits even after adjusting for patient and anatomic characteristics. Adding rivaroxaban 2.5 mg twice daily to aspirin or dual antiplatelet therapy significantly reduces this risk, increases bleeding, but has a favorable benefit risk in patients treated with bypass surgery and regardless of conduit type. Rivaroxaban should be considered after lower extremity bypass for symptomatic PAD to reduce ischemic complications of the heart, limb, and brain.
  • Arterial and venous thrombosis in a patient with Covid-19: A unique presentation. [Case Reports]
    Natl Med J India. 2022 May-Jun; 35(3):162-164.Chandra A, Mohan A, … Jasmitha K
  • Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARSCoV-2) infection not only affects the respiratory system but also induces coagulation abnormalities and thrombosis. We report a middle-aged woman who presented during the Covid-19 pandemic with sudden-onset acute left upper limb ischaemia of short duration, with no history of dry cough, breathlessness or fever, and tested positive on TrueNAT fo…
  • StatPearls: Subclavian Artery Thrombosis [BOOK]
    StatPearls. StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)MubarikAteeqAOak hill hospitalIqbalArshad MuhammadAMOak Hill Hospital, Brooksville, FLBOOK
  • There is a pair of large arteries in the thorax arising from the arch of the aorta (left) and brachiocephalic trunk (right) known as subclavian arteries. The subclavian artery continues as the axillary artery. It gives off various branches including the vertebral arteries, which supply about 20% of blood to the brain.[1] Like many other arteries, the subclavian artery is also prone to disease, an…
  • Free floating aorto-iliac thrombosis: A rare complication of COVID-19 pneumonia. [Case Reports]
    Radiol Case Rep. 2023 Jan; 18(1):410-415.Ikrou H, Boustani S, … Nassik H
  • Arterial thrombosis encountered during sars-cov2 infections is a rare complication with a poor prognosis compared to venous ones. They generally occur in severe and critical clinical forms of covid19 [1,2]. The physiopathology of arterial thrombosis, even if not completely understood highlights hypercoagulability and excessive inflammation as risk factors with a major role of the endothelial lesi…
  • Risk factors for percutaneous left ventricular assist device explant complications. [Multicenter Study]
    Catheter Cardiovasc Interv. 2023 01; 101(1):147-153.Schott JP, Rusia A, … Hanson ID
  • CONCLUSIONS: Risk factors for pLVAD explant complications include PAD, female gender, and cardiogenic shock. There was no difference in complication rates between explant settings among cardiogenic shock patients, but shorter length of stay when performed in the CL. There was no difference in complication rates when using the crossover balloon occlusion technique.
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