coronary occlusion

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occlusion of a coronary artery caused either by progressive atherosclerosis or by a blood clot

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Predictors of successful percutaneous coronary intervention in chronic total coronary occlusions.
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.
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.
While some of the variations observed are typical of the adrenergic stimulation seen during acute coronary occlusion, these small differences in the percent of deviation from control values were not felt to be hemodynamically destabilizing.
Doctors detected a coronary occlusion and suggested a "precautionary" heart surgery after an angiography taken on Saturday at TRNC's Near East University.
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.
Patients with acute ST-segment elevation frequently have near-total or total coronary occlusion and are candidates for reperfusion interventions.
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.
Studies have shown that over eighty percent of patients who presented in the first four hours with STEMI have total coronary occlusion and have associated coronary thrombus.
6 (1962) William Faulkner died from a coronary occlusion (heart attack) at Wright's Sanitarium in Byhalia, Marshall County.
History of coronary occlusion and prior myocardial infarction was common.
Interpretation of signs and symptoms of coronary occlusion should therefore consider possible contribution of this vascular channel.
It is possible that coronary occlusion resolved before angiography, but we also acknowledge that coronary angiography is not a perfect tool (2).
OBJECTIVES To determine if an inexpensive 18-lead electrocardiogram can provide useful information in differentiating sites of coronary occlusion.
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