coronary occlusion


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coronary occlusion

[′kär·ə‚ner·ē ə′klü·zhən]
(medicine)
Complete blockage of a coronary artery.
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Time-dependent morphologic characteristics in angiographic chronic total coronary occlusions. Am J Cardiol 2001; 88(2): 167-69.
Body, "The de winter ECG pattern: morphology and accuracy for diagnosing acute coronary occlusion: systematic review," European Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Especially in patients with high risk of coronary occlusion, such as those found to have a low LVEF, clinical heart failure, implied LV pump failure, and increased age, emergent angiography as in STEMI with intent of doing early re-vascularisation can be a viable option to salvage the compromised myocardium.
Belloni et al., "Late (3 years) follow-up of successful versus unsuccessful revascularization in chronic total coronary occlusions treated by drug eluting stent," American Journal of Cardiology, vol.
The impact on myocardial infarct size after coronary occlusion and reperfusion following administration of red wine, resveratrol, and melatonin to rats has been examined in our laboratory.
Angel Medical Systems previously developed the AngelMed Guardian cardiac monitor and alert system, which detects and warns patients of acute episodes of cardiac ischemia related to the progression of coronary artery disease and thrombotic coronary occlusion caused by vulnerable plaque ruptures.
D-Ala2-Leu5-enkephalin (DADLE), a [delta]-opioid receptor agonist known to induce a state of KATP channel opening similar to the mechanisms of IP, was infused into the distal segment of the left anterior descending artery (LAD) during an acute coronary occlusion to examine the effects on overall cardiovascular stability (2).
Doctors detected a coronary occlusion and suggested a "precautionary" heart surgery after an angiography taken on Saturday at TRNC's Near East University.
Patients with acute ST-segment elevation frequently have near-total or total coronary occlusion and are candidates for reperfusion interventions.
Although localizing the site of a coronary occlusion from an ECG with ventricular tachycardia is a less than certain undertaking, using criteria derived from studies of patients with sinus rhythm sometimes can be revealing.
Antalya, (SANA) -- The 2nd Medical Conference on Internal Diseases kicked off on Friday evening at the Turkish city of Antalya with the participation of 1200 doctors.The two-day conference is organized by Syrian and Turkish doctors' syndicates, medical association, and the Syrian Pharmaceuticals Company.Participants underlined the role of similar conferences in developing the expertise of doctors and informing them of new discoveries in medical fields, underlining the conference's role in boosting medical, scientific and economic cooperation between Syria and TurkeyThey also discussed neurological diseases and their effect on internal diseases, neuro-cardio complications, treating coronary occlusion, avoiding strokes, and the link between strokes and heart attacks.H.
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