Tag: complications management

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”