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Tilak Lall • Aug 21, 2014 • 7:36 pm
swaroop bharadi • Aug 21, 2014 • 7:41 am

Congratulations and thanks for systematically elaborating each step ! Does this new ultra non compliant balloon come with dedicated inflation device ? Or how to go upto high pressures with existing devices?

about "How should I treat an undeployed stent stuck in the proximal LAD? Going for another round..."

mj MBJ • Jul 25, 2014 • 10:31 pm
carlos fernandez • Jun 26, 2014 • 8:29 pm

Most of the cases when we see a severe tortuosity in the right iliac,we can access using the left side,specially in elderly population and hipertensive patients,anyway is good to know new options.

about "The parallel sheath technique in severe iliac tortuosity: a simple and novel technique to improve catheter manoeuvrability"

Mauricio Machado • Jun 20, 2014 • 11:15 pm

In my humble experience when the first approach described fails one should try a Lunderquist guidewire and you will most probably succeed in maneuvering the catheters without a second sheet.
It caught my attention a lunderquist wire was not used in any case.
Anyway it is good to see other options.

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