Tejas Patel, MD | Sanjay Shah, MD | Samir B. Pancholy, MD

Atlas Case Videos

Atlas Case Videos

Video 4.11.4. The RCA CTO was stented quickly.
Video 4.11.5. Another overlapping stent was deployed in the proximal segment covering the RCA...
Videos 4.11.6. Check angiogram revealed a satisfactory PCI result and no further extension of...
Video 4.11.7. Check angiogram revealed a satisfactory PCI result and no further extension of aortic...
Video 4.11.8. Check angiogram revealed a satisfactory PCI result and no further extension of aortic...
Videos 4.12.1. Coronary angiograms in different views (see also Video 4.12.2) revealed a critical...
Video 4.12.2. Coronary angiograms in different views (see also Video 4.12.1) revealed a critical...
Video 4.12.3. Rotational atherectomy of the LAD lesion in progress.
Video 4.12.4. Optimal result after stent implantation.
Video 4.12.5. Coronary angiogram revealed dissection and abrupt closure of the LCX associated with...
Video 4.12.6. LCX stenting in progress.
Video 4.12.7. Post stent injection revealed normal blood flow in the LAD and LCX, and a stable...
Video 4.12.8. Post stent injection revealed normal blood flow in the LAD and LCX, and a stable...
Video 5.1.1. Angiography of the LMCA showing the distal LMCA stenosis.
Video 5.1.2. Stent deployment.
Video 5.1.3. No-reflow in the LAD segment after stent implantation.
Video 5.1.4. Adenosine diluted in saline infused throughout the length of the LAD using a...
Video 5.1.5. Angiography showing a satisfactory end result with TIMI grade III flow.
Video 5.2.1. Total thrombotic occlusion of the proximal LAD artery.
Video 5.2.2. Balloon dilatation in progress.
Video 5.2.3. No-reflow developed after stent implantation. (skip to 5.2.7)
Video 5.2.7. Intracoronary adenosine was administered using perforated balloon technique (PBT).
Video 5.2.8. Angiography showing optimal end result with TIMI grade III flow.
Video 5.3.1. Total occlusion of RCA after its origin.
Video 5.3.2. Angiogram after pre-dilatation revealed a critical RCA lesion with a large thrombus...
Video 5.3.3. Stent was deployed.
Video 5.3.4. Post-stent angiography revealed no-reflow in the RCA.
Video 5.3.5. Adenosine was administered throughout the length of the RCA using PBT.
Video 5.3.6. Optimal end result.
Video 5.4.1. LAD lesion as seen by angiography.
Video 5.4.2. An air embolism led to slow flow in the LAD and no-reflow in the normal LCX.
Video 5.4.3. Improvement in the LAD and LCX flow after administration of intracoronary diltiazem.
Video 5.4.4. Stenting was completed.
Video 5.4.5. Left anterior oblique (LAO) caudal coronary angiography revealed an adequately stented...
Video 5.4.6. Right anterior oblique (RAO) caudal coronary angiogram showing an adequately stented...
Video 5.4.7. Air embolism in the pulmonary artery.
Video 5.5.1. Air embolism leading to sluggish flow in the RCA and hold-up of contrast in the PDA...
Video 5.5.2. Air embolism leading to sluggish flow in the RCA and hold-up of contrast in PDA and...
Video 5.5.3. Immediate deep intubation of the RCA using a 5 Fr JR4 guide catheter.
Video 5.5.4. The air was sucked out using a 50 cc syringe and by pulling the guide catheter from...
Video 5.5.5. Final angiography revealed TIMI grade III flow and no hold-up of contrast.
Video 5.6.1. Acute total occlusion of proximal RCA segment.
Video 5.6.2. LV angiogram revealed severe LV dysfunction and an organized LV apical clot.
Video 5.6.3. Pre-dilatation of the total RCA lesion.
Video 5.6.4. Repeat angiography revealed a massive thrombus burden and a significant air embolism...
Video 5.6.5. Balloon-assisted deep intubation (BADI) technique in progress.
Video 5.6.6. Thrombosuction with pullback of guide catheter in progress. (skip to 5.6.8)
Video 5.6.8. Subsequent coronary injection revealed an RCA lesion and TIMI grade III flow.

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