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Endovascular and Hybrid Therapies for Structural Heart and Aortic Disease

Jacques Kpodonu (Editor), Raoul Bonan (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-470-65639-6
306 pages
June 2013, Wiley-Blackwell
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Find everything you need on the most advanced treatments for aortic and structural heart disease in one easy-to-reference book - Procedure videos included

Percutaneous valve repair and replacement is one of the hottest topics in interventional cardiology. Substantial research has underscored the efficacy of emergent minimally-invasive procedures, and as a result percutaneous techniques are rapidly displacing surgical options as the treatment of choice for patients with aortic and structural heart disease. 

Until now, you have been forced to gather information about the latest advances in endovascular and hybrid therapies in piecemeal fashion, via journal articles or by attending seminars on individual techniques.

Now, for the first time, you can get everything you need to add new techniques to your repertoire or achieve true mastery of procedures you have already begun to practice in one convenient book.

Master Leading-Edge Therapies
Practical, Step-by-Step Guide to the Latest Endovascular and Hybrid Techniques

Edited by two of the most experienced practitioners in the field, Endovascular and Hybrid Therapies for Structural Heart and Aortic Disease covers everything interventionalists, radiologists, cardiac sugeons, and vascular surgeons need to know to master leading-edge therapies, including:

  • Equipment selection and preparation
  • Expert tips and tricks on individual therapies
  • Use of advanced imaging modalities like CT and real-time MRI
  • Optimal management of complications and proper patient follow-up
  • A review of the pertinent anatomy, information on patient evaluation
  • Complex procedures and possible complications
  • Essential hot topics: Hybrid Endovascular Aortic Arch Surgery, Technique of Thoracic Endografting for Thoracic Aneurysm using the Approved Gore TAG Device, Endovascular Robotics for Complex Aortic Intervention, and Transcatheter Closure of Mitral and Aortic Paravalvular Leaks, and more!

Plus, each chapter is fully illustrated in color, and a companion website includes video clips of procedures covered in the text.

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About the companion website, vii

Contributor list, viii

Preface, xi

List of videos, xii

Part I Aorta

1 Access techniques, 3
Jacques Kpodonu

2 Equipment required for aortic endografting, 15
Jacques Kpodonu

3 Advanced computed tomography imaging, workstations, and planning tools, 22
Paolo Perini, Pascal Rheaume & Stéphan Haulon

4 Technique of thoracic endografting for thoracic aneurysm using the approved Gore TAG device, 28
Jacques Kpodonu

5 Axillary/subclavian access for endovascular management of ascending and descending aortic pathologies, 36
Eduardo Keller Saadi

6 Endovascular repair of thoraco-abdominal aortic aneurysms, 43
Timothy A. M. Chuter

7 Hybrid endovascular aortic arch surgery, 50
Bobby Yanagawa & Mark D. Peterson

8 Acute aortic dissection, 74
Ricardo Aun

9 Complications of endovascular aneurysm repair, 90
Babak J. Orandi & James H. Black, III

10 Complications of thoracic aortic endografting, 102
Jacques Kpodonu

11 Endovascular robotics for complex aortic intervention, 110
Celia V. Riga, Colin D. Bicknell, Mohamad S. Hamady & Nicholas J. W. Cheshire

Part II Structural heart disease 12 Cardiovascular hybrid operating rooms, 121
Georg Nollert, Sabine Wich, Thomas Hartkens & Anne Figel

13 Access techniques for transcatheter aortic valves, 131
Jacques Kpodonu

14 Transfemoral transcatheter aortic valve replacement, 141
Darren Mylotte, Giuseppe Martucci, Ruediger Lange & Nicolo Piazza

15 Transapical valve technology for aortic stenosis, 170
Jurg Grunenfelder, Theodoros Kofidis, Andre Plass & Volkmar Falk

16 Axillary/subclavian access for transcather aortic valve replacement, 187
Gilles Lemesle, Arnaud Sudre & Thomas Modine

17 Aortic valve replacement and transvalvular aortic valve replacement, 194
Thierry Folliguet & François Laborde

18 Transcatheter mitral leaflet repair, 204
Francesco Maisano, Joerg Seeburger, Paolo Denti, Friedrich W. Mohr & Ottavio Alfieri

19 Mitral valve: valvuloplasty for mitral stenosis/mitral regurgitation and available devices, 226
Hasan Jilaihawi & Saibal Kar

20 Real-time magnetic resonance imaging guidance in cardiac surgery, 253
Ming Li, Dumitru Mazilu & Keith A. Horvath

21 Patent ductus arteriosus, 262
Dabit Arzamendi & Mark Reisman

22 Patent foramen ovale, 272
Dabit Arzamendi & Mark Reisman

23 Articulated Robotic MedProbe snake robot for single port surgery, 284
Marco A. Zenati, Mohsen Mahvash & Howie Choset

Index, 288

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edited by
Jacques Kpodonu, MD Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of
California Irvine; Raney Zusman Medical Group, Surgical Director, Cardiovascular Hybrid
Interventions Hoag Heart & Vascular Institute, Hoag Memorial Presbyterian Hospital,
Newport Beach, CA, USA

Raoul Bonan, MD Institut de Cardiologie de Montreal, Associate Professor of Medicine
University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada

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