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a slender tube inserted inside a tubular body part (as a blood vessel) to provide support during and after surgical anastomosis

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Zhang et al recently reported higher number of complications in group where left subclavian artery was obstructed by covered stent including stoke and claudication of left upper limb8.
It can be due to the use of covered stents as compared to uncovered stents, [6,8] ingestion of ice cold liquids after stent insertion, [8] the inability of the stent to fully expand [6,8] and stents crossing the gastro-oesophageal junction.
Endovascular intervention for delayed post-pancreaticoduodenectomy hemorrhage: Clinical features and outcomes of transcatheter arterial embolization and covered stent placement.
Deployment of the covered stent resulted in restoration of essentially normal luminal diameter and resolution of the traumatic pseudoaneurysms.
When faced with such complications, there are several treatment option including balloon tamponade, repair with another balloon-expanded covered stents like iCAST or self-expanding covered stent like Viabahn, coil embolization, local thrombin injection and surgical repair.
Criteria for successful EVAR: AAA was isolated without ruptures, and blood flowed smoothly inside the covered stent.
Upper gastrointestinal tract malignant obstruction: initial results of palliation with a flexible covered stent," Radiology, vol.
covered stent grafts--fluency (Bard Peripheral Vascular, New Jersey, USA), Gore Viabahn (WL Gore and associates, Flagstaff, Arizona), Jostent (Abbott Laboratories, Santa Clara, California)
There after a covered stent was placed, but it migrated into the stomach.
If clinical experience eventually proves otherwise, it will be necessary to place a covered stent as a permanent conduit within the arterialized vein, Dr.
Percutaneous intervention through femoral access was performed by deploying a covered stent which effectively sealed off the perforation site with no evidence of contrast extravasation.
A 13 mm covered stent was deployed into the axillary vein across the fistula as a last-resort 'bail-out' option, with a good technical result.
CTE's product portfolio includes tissue engineered blood vessel, covered stent, patch, percutaneous bypass and valve.
Ultimately, the two lesions were successfully treated with a covered stent while the ICA was preserved.