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Recorded video case

Open surgical repair of a pararenal AAA

In this video case, we present our standard practice of open surgical repair for pararenal AAA. In general, we performed open repair with the “clamp and sew” technique, and the application of cold renal perfusion is limited to the cases with renal revascularization. Sometimes, division of left renal vein is imperative for better access to the suprarenal aorta. Retrospective analysis of our series revealed no negative impact of the division on long-term renal function – J Vasc Surg 2018;67:1042-1

August 29, 2018 2 Comments
Technical note

How to perform Carotid Artery Stenting. Perugia way to do it

Carotid artery stenting is a delicate surgery being sometimes as fast as insidious.

We strongly believe that in order to minimize complications rate an almost obsessive attention to details in each procedural moment is essential.

In this video we report probably the most standardized procedure performed at our institution with 6 operators currently doing each passage exactly the same way.

Of course we don’t claim to show the way it should be done, but just the way we learned to do it after more than 3000 performed cases

August 21, 2019 No Comments
Technical note

Zero Contrast EVAR Round Table

This is a round table discussion about CO2 during EVAR and complex EVAR in the framework of the annual meeting of Angiodroid in Bologna, Italy. In this round table discussion, 5 European experts present current evidence and their experience about the use of CO2 in the treatment of aortic diseases (s. chapters). Moreover, the panellists discuss all important benefits and drawbacks of the technique and present for the first time the study protocol of the prospective CO2 EVAR registry.

June 28, 2019 No Comments
Poll 01/08/2019 – 31/08/2019

The Type II Endoleak

Patient’s characteristics

 

Gender: Male

Age: 68 years old

Comorbidity: Arterial hypertension, active smoker

Underwent EVAR 2 years ago

Symptoms:  None

DUS/CT A: Aneurysm sac growth > 7mm compared to last CT scan with evidence of type II Endoleak (Inferior mesenteric artery)

Recorded video case

Retrograde femoropopliteal recanalization through the dorsal pedal artery

This case demonstrates the recanalization of the femoropopliteal artery in a patient with CLTI. The reason for the solely retrograde approach was a Y-graft for AAA having the anastomoses at both common femoral arteries, the above-knee amputation of the contralateral limb and the extent of the disease. Primary stent implantation was performed by using the Pulsar-18 (Biotronik) bare-metal stent, which has a 4Fr profile and a proven efficacy according to the 4EVER trial.

July 14, 2019 No Comments
Recorded video case

Step by step isolated aortomesenteric bypass for chronic visceral ischemia

This video summarizes in 3 minutes all important steps to perform an isolated antegrade aortomesenteric bypass. The patient had a chronic occlusion of the superior mesenteric artery and underwent a primary stenting of a high-grade stenosis of the celiac trunk (CT). The endovascular recanalization of the SMA at that time was not feasible. The CT-stent occluded 8 months postimplantation with a complete thrombosis of the hepatic artery as well. The splenic artery arose from the aorta directly.

November 8, 2018 2 Comments
Case report

Complex multi stage thoracoabdominal aneurysm correction. Branched endograft with forced femoral access and flap perforation

acute type B aortic dissection with thoracic aortic aneurysm. no proximal sealing zone for TEVAR landing and dilated ascending aorta.

-Car-car-sub by pass
-Ascending aortic replacement, ascending to innominate by pass and TEVAR

@ control CTA fast aneurysm enlargement

4 inner branches (two antegrade and two retrograde) custom made endograft.
access to RRA through hole performed in the lamella
forced femoral access (no arch vessel available) with steerable sheat

April 13, 2019 4 Comments
Recorded video case

TUTORIAL VIDEO: Venous arterialization using conventional “off-the-shelf” devices

Although we favor a more distal location of the AVF to circumvent the need to use covered stent extensions to destroy the valves and avoid bleeding off venous flow via collaterals, sometimes (e.g. due to extreme vessel calcification) it is unavoidable to have to look for a more proximal inflow. The versatility of the VAST maneuver allows to perform a proximal DVA at the origin of the PT artery with conventional off-the-shelf devices.”

JEVT 2019 Apr;26(2):213-218
JEVT 2019 Jun;26(3):427-428

July 7, 2019 No Comments