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  • Infected diabetic ulcers, when to amputate. [Journal Article]
    J Infect Dev Ctries 2018; 12(2.1):21SHarb M, Greige W, Ephrem C
  • CONCLUSIONS: We concluded that HbA1c > 8%, coronary heart disease, ejection fraction < 50%, CRP above 80 mg/L, as well as history of previous amputations were risk factors for amputation. Moreover, patients treated with dihydropyridine calcium channel blockers showed less ulcer prevalence and less amputation procedures.
  • A review of endovascular stenting for superior vena cava syndrome in fibrosing mediastinitis. [Journal Article]
    Vasc Med 2019; :1358863X19884130Deshwal H, Ghosh S, … Mehta AC
  • Fibrosing mediastinitis (FM) is a rare disorder of inflammation and fibrosis involving the mediastinum. The formation of fibroinflammatory mass in the mediastinum can lead to obstruction of mediastinal structures and cause severe debilitating and life-threatening symptoms. Superior vena cava syndrome (SVCS) is a dreaded complication of FM with no medical therapy proven to be efficacious. Spiral v…
  • Duration of dual antiplatelet therapy in elective drug-coated balloon angioplasty. [Journal Article]
    Catheter Cardiovasc Interv 2019Corballis NH, Wickramarachchi U, … Eccleshall SC
  • CONCLUSIONS: One-month duration of DAPT appears safe after elective DCB-only angioplasty, highlighting this strategy for patients at high-risk of bleeding. These results also show favorable clinical outcomes for de novo coronary artery disease and nonsmall coronary arteries treated with DCB-only angioplasty. A 1-month duration of DAPT appears a safe and attractive option.
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