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Recorded video case

Endovascular Aortic Arch replacement with Kawasumi Najuta Thoracic Stent Graft System

Endovascular treatment with custom made Najuta device of a 61mm saccular aortic arch aneurysm after carotid-carotid-subclavian by pass.
Previous surgical correction of 81 mm pararenal aortic aneurysm with extraperitoneal approach.

May 10, 2019 1 Comment
Recorded video case

Preloaded custom-made fEVAR. Step by step procedure

Preloaded custom-made fEVAR (Cook) in a 63 y.o. male with pararenal abdominal aortic aneurysm 55 mm. This video shows all the procedural steps and the CT scan at 1 month.

– Chronic ischaemic heart disease with left ventricular apex aneurysm
– Left mild intermittent claudication 500 mt (Left common iliac artery chronic occlusion)
– COPD
– Chronic celiac artery occlusion

We used Begraft 10×37 in SMA, 8×27 for left renal and 7×18 in right renal.

November 21, 2018 No Comments
Recorded video case

Emergency triple chimney in a patient with giant symptomatic pararenal pseudoaneurysm and subsequent gutter embolization

We report a case of pararenal pseudoaneurysm endovascular correction with triple chimney technique and the following gutter embolization procedure

Key points:

-Previous fEVAR attempt (failed because of extremely tortuous accesses)
-Emergency procedure during the night
-Bilateral percutaneous femoral access
-Double axillary puncture on both sides
-Challenging endograft advancement on through and through guidewire
-Triple ChEVAR (SMA, RRA, LRA)
-Subsequent gutter embolization

November 18, 2018 3 Comments
Recorded video case

Step by step bilateral common iliac aneurysm endovascular repair with Gore IBE (iliac branched endograft) and C3 device.

Bilateral common iliac aneurysm endovascular repair with an iliac branched device in a 63 years old patient. This video demonstrates the procedural steps and the CT scan at 3 years of surveillance.
Notice: Intentional cross-leg because of short lowest renal to hypogastric distance.

November 14, 2018 No Comments
Recorded video case

Giant proper hepatic aneurysm endovascular treatment with covered stent deployment

Total endovascular treatment of a huge visceral artery aneurysm (proper hepatic) with covered stent deployment.

-Flexor 6 Fr delivered into common hepatic artery
-Bentley BeGraft 8*37 mm positioned over Rosen guidewire and balloon inflated
-Patency of gastroduodenal artery and both efferent branches @ final angio
-Complete aneurysm exclusion with collateral’s patency at control CT Scan

November 14, 2018 No Comments
Review of the literature

Differences between 2D3D and 3D3D Fusion Imaging – why it matters

Fusion Imaging, Vessel Navigation, 3D guidance… the list of names for integrating preoperative imaging into fluoroscopy is long. This presentation attempts to clarify the differences between 2D3D and 3D3D fusion imaging and why this can have an impact on how you structure your procedure.

June 13, 2018 No Comments
Recorded video case

Treatment of a TAAA with a low-profile branched endograft

This is a case of a thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm treated by a low-profile branched endograft. In this video, you will find our algorithm for staging the aortic procedures, to reduce the risk of spinal cord ischemia, the steps of the procedure, important tips and tricks for a successful outcome and finally, the impact of the totally percutaneous approach for the quick recovery of the patient.

June 1, 2018 1 Comment
Technical note

Zenith t-branch for the treatment of TAAAs: planning and algorithm

This presentation is a snapshot of the main characteristics of the t-branch endograft for the treatment of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms (TAAA). Moreover, we present our institution’s algorithm regarding the steps of the procedure and the OP setting in order to achieve the best outcome for the patient and to prevent spinal cord ischemia.

May 27, 2018 1 Comment