Coronary Angioscopy by Yasumi, MD Uchida

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Subjects:

  • Cardiovascular medicine,
  • Diseases & disorders,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Cardiology,
  • Radiology,
  • Medical / Cardiology,
  • Diagnostic Imaging,
  • Angioscopy,
  • Coronary Disease,
  • Coronary heart disease,
  • Diagnosis

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11215953M
ISBN 100879934786
ISBN 109780879934781

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Written by a distinguished pioneer in the history and development of coronary angioscopic techniques, Coronary Angioscopy is the first and only book to systematically describe the present status of percutaneous coronary angioscopy and cardioscopy.

Cardiologists and other interested physicians will value its clear explanations of the pathophysiology of coronary artery diseases, as well as the author's advice and instruction on the mastering of cutting-edge coronary angioscopic Author: Yasumi Uchida.

Angioscopy is a unique medical technique for visualizing the interior of blood vessels and helps physicians not only to diagnose the pathology but also to measure the effectiveness of Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) or antiarteriosclerotic cturer: Springer.

Written by a distinguished pioneer in the history and development of coronary angioscopic techniques, Coronary Angioscopy is the first and only book to systematically describe the present status of percutaneous coronary angioscopy and cardioscopy.

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Written by a distinguished pioneer in the history and development of coronary angioscopic techniques, Coronary Angioscopy is the first and only book to systematically describe the present status of percutaneous coronary angioscopy and cardioscopy.

Cardiologists and other interested Price: $ Introduction This book presents a thorough review of coronary angioscopy, ranging from instructions on its use to the latest advances.

Starting with the structure and fundamental principles of angioscopy, it shows readers how to apply the image to comprehensive care of coronary-artery patients. Description: Coronary Angioscopy book book presents a thorough review of coronary angioscopy, ranging from instructions on its use to the latest advances.

Starting with the structure and fundamental principles of angioscopy, it shows readers how to apply the image to comprehensive care of coronary-artery patients. Download Citation | Coronary Angioscopy | This book presents a thorough review of coronary angioscopy, ranging from instructions on its use to the latest advances.

Imaging by Angioscopy: /ch Within this chapter, the basic clinical and research utilities of Angioscopy are described. Among its paragraphs, an Coronary Angioscopy book is Author: Michael Rees. Angioscopy enables macroscopic pathological diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases from the inside.

This imaging modality has been intensively directed to characterizing vulnerable coronary plaques. Scoring of plaque color was developed, and based on prospective studies; dark yellow or glistening yellow plaques were proposed as vulnerable by: E-BOOK DESCRIPTION This book presents a thorough review of coronary angioscopy, ranging from instructions on its use to the latest advances.

Starting with the structure and fundamental principles of angioscopy, it shows readers how to apply the image to comprehensive care of coronary-artery. Written by a distinguished pioneer in the history and development of coronary angioscopic techniques, this volume systematically describes the present status of percutaneous coronary angioscopy.

Abstract Coronary angioscopy is a new diagnostic tool that permits nonoperative imaging of intravascular structures through the Coronary Angioscopy book of a fiber optic system. They all state that the coronary fly-through or virtual coronary angioscopy (VCA) is a promising technique that, however, requires higher quality of the datasets and better image processing software.

A shortcoming of our study was the lack of a “gold standard” to Cited by: Andreas Synetos, Dimitris Tousoulis, in Coronary Artery Disease, Angioscopy. Coronary angioscopy was introduced in the s as a means of obtaining a clearer view of the interior of the artery.

The angioscope is a miniature fiber optic endoscope that is threaded into the heart through a. Coronary Angioscopy: This book presents a thorough review of coronary angioscopy, ranging from instructions on its use to the latest advances.

Starting with the structure and fundamental principles of angioscopy, it shows readers how to apply the image to comprehensive care of coronary-artery patients. This book presents a thorough review of coronary angioscopy, ranging from instructions on its use to the latest advances.

Starting with the structure and fundamental principles of angioscopy, it shows readers how to apply the image to comprehensive care of coronary-artery patients.

Description. This book presents a thorough review of coronary angioscopy, ranging from instructions on its use to the latest advances. Starting with the structure and fundamental principles of angioscopy, it shows readers how to apply the image to comprehensive care of coronary-artery patients.

Abstract. Coronary angioscopy will not replace angiography as the gold standard for imaging atherosclerotic coronary arteries. However, there may well be a clinical niche for a technology that gives accurate information regarding a specific lesion, if that information can be used to improve the acute or chronic outcome of an interventional procedure.

In part I, “Clinical Application of Percutaneous Coronary Angioscopy,” which represents the majority of the book, there are 17 chapters ranging from the history of angioscopy to histological correlations and angioscopic classification of plaque and thrombus pathology.

Coronary angiography is a common procedure that rarely causes serious problems. Possible complications may include bleeding, allergic reactions to the contrast dye, infection, blood vessel damage, arrhythmias, blood clots that can trigger a heart attack or stroke, kidney damage, and fluid buildup around the heart.

angioscopy can help doctors determine what kinds of materials are blocking the artery and what kind of treatment might best provide relief for heart disease patients.

— William R. Wineke, The Wisconsin State Journal, 2 Nov. Recent angioscopy and autopsy studies have shown fissures in atheromata after percutaneous transluminal coronary. In addition, two groups of investigators, who have applied coronary angioscopy for direct visualization of offending coronary arteries, have confirmed these results, since in about 60–80% of patients with unstable angina complicated atheromata, i.e.

rupture, ulceration, thrombus formation, could be documented, whereas in all patients with Cited by: Coronary angioscopy is playing an ever-expanding role in research and in clinical practice because it provides a precise, full-color, three-dimensional perspective of the interior surface.

In the early s, he led a team that developed coronary angioscopy, a medical technique for visualizing the interiors of coronary arteries by inserting a flexible catheter directly into the artery.

In the s, at the start of his career, the treatment of patients experiencing a heart attack was primitive as compared to today. WELCOME TO MEDICAL LITERATURE AND UNIVERSITIES PASSWORD Free science for all, where you can find all what you need of articles,research, E-Books, library passwords, Ezproxy Databases, OVid, Hinari, Springer, Jstor, NEJM, Accessscience, Sage, IEEE, Sciencedirect, Proquest JSTOR, access library electronic resources,websites passwords, discussions and much more.

Join. A restenosis case after treatment with PTFE-covered stent against saphenous vein graft (SVG) perforation has never been evaluated with optical coherence tomography (OCT) or coronary angioscopy (CAS).

This case report presents a year-old man treated with a PTFE-covered stent after he suffered from SVG perforation 6 months : Makoto Araki, Hiroyuki Hikita, Yuta Sudo, Keiichi Hishikari, Atsushi Takahashi.

/ Angioscopy by a new percutaneous transluminal coronary angioscope. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. editor / Abraham Katzir. Publ by Int Soc for Optical Engineering, pp. (Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering).Author: Masami Sakurada, Kyoichi Mizuno, Akira Miyamoto, Koh Arakawa, Kimio Satomura, Toshio Shibuya, Shigek.

Quantitative Coronary Arteriography. Editors: Reiber, Johan H. C., Serruys, P.W. (Eds.) Coronary angioscopy. Pages *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.

ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. ANGIOSCOPY Geoffrey H. White, MB BS, FRACS Angioscopy is the process of endoscopic examination of the vascular system. Angioscopy first became practical as a regular technique in vascular surgical practice only in the mids and has since become an accepted intraoperative and percutaneous procedure in peripheral vascular surgery and vascular.

Page - Sherman CT, Litvack F, Grundfest W, et al. Coronary angioscopy in patients with unstable angina pectoris. Appears in 68 books from Page - Jr, et al. Prognostic value of a treadmill exercise score in outpatients with suspected coronary artery disease.5/5(1).

Angioscopy is a medical technique for visualizing the interior of blood this technique, a flexible fibre bundle endoscope catheter is inserted directly into an artery.

It can be helpful in diagnosing e.g. arterial embolism. Angioscopy is also used as an adjunctive procedure during vascular bypass to visualize valves within venous conduits. The instrument used to perform angioscopy ICDCM: Posts about coronary angioscopy written by dr s venkatesan. In the early s, when cardiac physicians were confronting how to tackle intra coronary thrombus, one man from Japan was looking directly at the ground zero with fiber-optic coronary provided live images of coronary plaques and thrombus (long before the IVUS and OCT era) because of technical difficulties it did not.

Written by a distinguished pioneer in the history and developmentof coronary angioscopic techniques, Coronary Angioscopy isthe first and only book to systematically describe the presentstatus of percutaneous coronary angioscopy and logists and other interested physicians will value its clearexplanations of the pathophysiology of coronary artery diseases, aswell as the author Format: Relié.

Abstract. A European coronary angioscopy working group has been established to create and evaluate a classification system for angioscopic observation. The ‘Ermenonville’ classification features items, graded in 3–5 categories, such as lumen diameter, shape of narrowing, colours of surface, atheroma, dissection, thrombus, etc.

Inter- and intra-observer agreement on the interpretation Cited by: Maximum yellow colour grade on coronary angioscopy at one-year follow-up was an independent predictor of future VLSF in the first-generation DES (HR [95% CI: ], p=), whereas it was not in the CoCr-EES (p for interaction ).

Edited by two leading cardiologists from St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York, this book offers practical algorithms for obtaining quick, accurate diagnoses and providing optimal treatment for patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS).

You’ll discover the pros and cons and all the considerations that go into choosing the most effective interventional and non-invasive. Intravascular OCT has % sensitivity (vs. 33% sensitivity of IVUS) in detecting intraluminal thrombus when compared with coronary angioscopy.

11 The high sensitivity of the method in detecting thrombus can fulfill angiographic limitations in differentiating thrombus from calcium and others etiologies of ambiguous angiographic radiolucency. Some 25 years since Dr. Yasumi Uchida and the Olympus Company in Japan started develop-ing a device to see the lumina of coronary arteries, a page book is finally summarizing the status of an uncertain art: coronary angioscopy.

In: Angioscopy: Vascular and Coronary Applications, ed. by Chicago: Year Book,pp Google Scholar Mehigan JT: Angioscopic preparation of the in situ saphenous vein or arterial bypass: Technical by:. Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Paul A.

Jones, MD (Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine) Description: This book provides a detailed overview of the most recent techniques in interventional cardiology that are used in the diagnosis and management of coronary artery and saphenous vein graft disease.

Purpose: The purpose is to provide a detailed review of the advancing Author: Taylor And Francis. These include: coronary angioplasty and angioscopy, valvuloplasty, lasers and cardiac transplantation as well as basic procedures such as cardiac catheterization, electrophysiologic studies and automatic implantable defibrillators.

Readers of the book will find the way to new dimensions in cardiologic practice. show more. Objectives. Percutaneous intracoronary angioscopy was used to study the morphologic changes occurring in coronary arteries after balloon or laser angioplasty.

Background. Angioscopy is thought to provide details of the coronary vessel lumen and the inner wall. Methods. Coronary lesions were studied in 44 patients with a F Imagecath angioscope before and after each interventional Cited by:

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