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Suivi à long terme des angioplasties d'occlusions coronaires chroniques : étude rétrospective de patients traités au CHU Nancy de 2007 à 2013

Abstract : BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES : Chronic Total Occlusion (CTO) is common, being reported in 18% to 30% of patients undergoing coronary angiography. Percatuneous coronary intervention (PCI) is usually performed to relieve anginal symptoms, but data are emerging to suggest that there may also be a mortality benefit. This study aimed to compare outcomes of patients with successful versus unsuccessful PCI to a CTO.METHODS : We analyzed the patients between March 2007 and April 2013 in CHU Nancy.RESULTS : A total of 205 patients (83% male) had a mean age of 66 years. CTO PCI was successful in 139 cases (71,7%). Successful CTO PCI was associated with improved survival. (5,7% vs 11,6% p=0,237). Complications was rarely.CONCLUSION : Successful CTO PCI was associated with improved long-term survival. The improvement was greatest in patients when complete revascularization was achieved
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Julien Bayard. Suivi à long terme des angioplasties d'occlusions coronaires chroniques : étude rétrospective de patients traités au CHU Nancy de 2007 à 2013. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2014. ⟨hal-01732285⟩

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