Case Study: Complex Left Main with Two Sidebranches
Sponsored by Medtronic
Left main coronary artery (LMCA) disease is complex, and PCI has taken a more prominent role in treating it. Yet despite advances in intervention, the distal left main remains technically challenging. Obtaining a successful treatment result in PCI for left main bifurcation requires drug-eluting stent (DES) technology well suited for this application, paired with an optimised implantation technique.
Watch Dr. Nicolas Boudou treat a complex left main artery with two sidebranches using Resolute Onyx™ 4.5-mm DES.
- 83-year-old man
- Cardiovascular risk factors: current smokers, dyslipidemia
- Symptoms: ACS without ST elevation, tropo+
- Clearance creatinine: 83 ml/min
- TTE: LVEF : 65%
Description of lesion:
Right coronary artery presents with atheromatous plaques. Multivessel disease in left artery, complex stenosis of distal LMCA and proximal LAD with stenosis in trifurcation in both diagonals and a short circumflex artery. In-stent restenosis in a BMS (2013) in proximal LAD.
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Dr. Nicolas Boudou