EDITORIAL DIAGNOSTICS AND TREATMENT MODALITIES FOR OBSTRUCTIVE AND ANEURYSMATIC ILIAC ARTERY DISEASE FREE The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2018 February;59(1):1-3 Update on diagnostics and treatment modalities for obstructive iliac artery disease Ҫagdas ÜNLÜ, Jean-Paul de VRIES REVIEW DIAGNOSTICS AND TREATMENT MODALITIES FOR OBSTRUCTIVE…
Matthias Thielmann Vikram Sharma Nawwar Al-Attar Heerajnarain Bulluck Gianluigi Bisleri Jeroen JH Bunge Martin Czerny Péter Ferdinandy Ulrich H. Frey Gerd Heusch ... Show more
European Heart Journal, Volume 38, Issue 31, 14 August 2017, Pages 2392–2411, https://doi.org/10.1093/eurheartj/ehx383
Published: 25 July 2017
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is one of the leading causes of death and disability in Europe and worldwide. For patients with multi-vessel CAD, coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery is a common approach for coronary revascularization, and is of proven symptomatic and prognostic benefit. Due to an aging population, higher prevalence of co-morbidities (such as diabetes mellitus, heart failure, hypertension, and renal failure), and a growing requirement for concomitant surgical procedures (such as valve and aortic surgery), higher risk patients are undergoing surgery.1–3 This has resulted in an increased risk of peri-operative myocardial injury (PMI)4 and Type 5 myocardial infarction (MI), both of which are associated with worsened clinical outcomes following CABG surgery. The aetiology and determinants of PMI and Type 5 MI are multi-factorial (see Tables 1 and 2 for summary). Although diagnostic criteria have been proposed for Type 5 MI (based on an elevation in cardiac biomarkers in the 48-h post-operative period and electrocardiogram/angiography/imaging evidence of MI5,13), there is currently no clear definition for prognostically significant PMI, in terms of the level of post-operative cardiac biomarker elevation, which is associated with worsened clinical outcomes following CABG surgery.
We welcomed almost 770 participants on May 11- 14 in Thessaloniki, Greece
From 8th to 11th June 2017 took place the ESCVS SUMMER SCHOOL 2017. In this session our interested participants gathered in Prague, Czech Republic. This year’s ESCVS Summer School entitled VASCULAR & CARDIAC EMERGENCIES. According to responses of many participants,…
From 16th to 19thFebruary 2017 took place the ESCVS WINTER SCHOOL 2017. In this session our interested participants gathered in beautiful city of Zabrze, Poland. This year’s ESCVS Winter School entitled CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY GOES HYBRID - A RESPONSE TO NEW CHALLENGES.
The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2017 February;58(1) EDITORIAL CAROTID STENTING AND ENDARTERECTOMY The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2017 February;58(1):1-2 Rome wasn’t built in a day: the slow but steady evolution of carotid artery stenting Bernhard REIMERS *, Giuseppe FERRANTE, Giovanni TORSELLO…
NEW TOOLS IN ENDOVASCULAR SURGERY EDITORIAL The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2016 December;57(6):747-9 New tools in endovascular surgery Carlo SETACCI, Giuseppe GALZERANO, Francesco SETACCI, Mariagnese MELE, Susanna GUERRINI, Gianmarco DE DONATO
NEW FRONTIERS IN THORACIC AND THORACOABDOMINAL AORTIC REPAIR EDITORIAL The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2015 October;56(5):685 New frontiers in thoracic and thoracoabdominal aortic repair Chiesa R.
Dear Colleagues, paying tribute to the explosive development of endovascular techniques along the entire aorta from valve to bifurcation, the 3rd Aortic Live Symposium will present a unique forum offering the best of cardiothoracic and vascular surgery in Essen, Germany.…
AORTIC ARCH LESIONS AND DISSECTIONS The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2015 August;56(4):503-11 Value and limitations of chimney grafts to treat arch lesions Mangialardi N., Ronchey S., Malaj A., Fazzini S., Alberti V., Ardita V., Orrico M., Lachat M.