Traditionally manual compression is the most fre- quent method to achieve hemostasis in percutaneus arterial access site after angiographic and interven- tional procedures. Using this technique complica- tions detected at the access site are <5 including: bleeding, pseudoaneurysm formation, occlusion of the vessel. Alternative method to traditional manual compression for hemostasis is a new system called Angio-Seal vascular device. The literature of the past 10 years is rich in contributions on the use of Angio- Seal system in the femoral artery, the majority rela- ting to its employment with retrograde arterial access. On the contrary just a few studies exist about this device usage after an antegrade access in the common femoral artery. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the use of Angio-Seal device after endovascular antegrade puncture of common femoral artery, performed in diabetic patients in critical ischemia.

ANGIO-SEAL: analisi su 1889 procedure per via femorale anterograda

LA ROSA, ANTONIO LUIGI;MOIA, ROBERTO
2010

Abstract

Traditionally manual compression is the most fre- quent method to achieve hemostasis in percutaneus arterial access site after angiographic and interven- tional procedures. Using this technique complica- tions detected at the access site are <5 including: bleeding, pseudoaneurysm formation, occlusion of the vessel. Alternative method to traditional manual compression for hemostasis is a new system called Angio-Seal vascular device. The literature of the past 10 years is rich in contributions on the use of Angio- Seal system in the femoral artery, the majority rela- ting to its employment with retrograde arterial access. On the contrary just a few studies exist about this device usage after an antegrade access in the common femoral artery. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the use of Angio-Seal device after endovascular antegrade puncture of common femoral artery, performed in diabetic patients in critical ischemia.
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