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Padma Vibhushan & Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr Purshotam Lal A Case Brief Complete First Case in the World . Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement TAVR Angioplasty with Stenting PTCA
Beautiful graphics by Michel Leconte explaining Coronary Balloon Angioplasty with Stent deployment for clearing blockages in the lifeline of human body namely coronary arteries...Dr Siddharth Dagli-Interventional Cardiologist..svdagligmail****
Get the facts on PTCA with this 100%-accurate animated video. Part of Focus Apps' Understanding Disease: Cardiovascular Medicine series, the PTCA app demonstrates the coronary arteries. Also explore atherosclerosis risk factors, corrective procedures, and angioplasty and its advantages. Learn about post-op recovery and self-help options.
What happens during a PTCA is an animation taken from our online Cardiology information program
Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty is an Animation video by Focus Medica Pte. Ltd that runs for 8.05 mins. For more details visit www.focusmedica**** or write salesfocusmedica****
3D video animation produced by Virtual Point (www.virtual-point***.il).
The Over and Under® Pericardium Covered Stent (PCS) is a unique stent, first in a series of heterologous tissue covered stents, designed to set a barrier between the blood vessel wall and its lumen. The Over and Under® PCS is indicated for post PTCA treatment of Saphenous Vein Graft (SVG) stenosis, aneurysms and for emergency situations such as perforations. The Over and Under® Pericardium Covered Stent is intended to be used in application where complete separation between the blood flow and the arterial wall is required. Specifically, it is intended for intraluminal chronic placement after PTCA procedures that have been performed in coronary arteries, aorta-coronary bypass grafts, or suitable size vessels. It may be used for the following indications: Coronary Bypass-Vein Graft Stenosis, Coronary Bypass-Vein Graft Aneurysm. In emergency situations the device also can be used for: Acute Coronary Artery Perforation, Acute Coronary Artery Rupture, and Coronary Artery Aneurysm.
3D animation video produced by virtual Point Multimedia