Tag: complications management


Managing and Troubleshooting Femoral Access and Closure with Dr. Raj Patel

Femoral Access and Closure Strategies and Best Practices Rajan Patel, MD, FACC, FAHA, FSCAI, interventional cardiologist at Ochsner Clinic, presents a series of case studies highlighting management and troubleshooting techniques for femoral artery access and closure. Dr. Patel emphasizes that “getting access is technique dependent, not technology dependent.” To illustrate access strategies, he presents a … Continue reading “Managing and Troubleshooting Femoral Access and Closure with Dr. Raj Patel”

Complex Chronic Total Occlusion

Complex CTO Case with Dr. John Troy Owens Dr. John Troy Owens of Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) presents a case of a 62-year-old male with history of extensive coronary artery disease and prior CABG (LIMA-LAD, SVG-OM, SVG-PDA), severely reduced left ventricular function with history of apical aneurysm and resolved LV thrombus. Additionally, the patient had … Continue reading “Complex Chronic Total Occlusion”

Complications Management: Hemolysis in AMI Complicated by Cardiogenic Shock

Dr. Jeffrey Fowler of the University of Pittsburg Medical Center presents a case describing a patient who had been in the CCU for 8 hours before experiencing an output of pink-tinged urine. Dr. Fowler was paged with concerns about the patient’s risk for hemolysis. Tune in to learn more about Dr. Fowler’s management strategy for … Continue reading “Complications Management: Hemolysis in AMI Complicated by Cardiogenic Shock”