2 edition of porcine model for sudden cardiac death by coronary occlusion found in the catalog.
porcine model for sudden cardiac death by coronary occlusion
Timo J. Nevalainen
|Series||Kuopion yliopiston julkaisuja. Lääketiede. Alkuperäistutkimukset,, 4/1984 =, Publications of the University of Kuopio. Medicine. Original reports ;, 4/1984, Kuopion yliopiston julkaisuja., 1984/4.|
|LC Classifications||RC685.C173 N48 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||86110005|
Sudden death most often occurs during sleep or at rest after exercise or excitement. account for a substantial portion of non-drug related variability in outcome of antiarrhythmic trials using the canine coronary occlusion or release model”. porcine ventricular myocardium appears to have a diastolic interval similar to that in human Cited by: Public health researchers develop model to predict sudden cardiac death Date: Aug Source: Emory Health Sciences Summary: Researchers have developed a sudden cardiac death (SCD.
The incidence of sports-related sudden death from any cause in the general population is – per , per year. 8,14–16 Although the vast majority of such cases occur during middle age, they represent a relatively small proportion (5 %) of overall sudden cardiac arrest cases. 17 The sports-related sudden death rate is higher in elite Author: Demosthenes G Katritsis, Bernard J Gersh, A John Camm. For the first time, a team of researchers has developed and validated a prediction model to determine sudden cardiac death risk in adults without a .
Porcine models of coronary atherosclerosis and vulnerable plaque for imaging and interventional research. however, sudden cardiac death is common beyond three years of follow-up (personal communication JFG). However, as the endovascular imaging technology field evolves, the use of the normal porcine coronary model will be no longer viable. Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) is a rare pathologic condition that usually presents as acute coronary syndrome (ACS) or sudden cardiac death. e rst case was reported in, when a coronary artery dissection was found in a -year-old woman during an autopsy [ ]. e incidence is much more common during pregnancy and the.
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Sudden cardiac death (SCD) is defined as unexpected natural death from a cardiac cause that occurs spontaneously or within 1 h after an abrupt change in clinical status in. Ischemic cardiomyopathies are considered the leading cause of mortality in developed countries. In this group of diseases, myocardial infarction (MI) accounts for the largest proportion of deaths.
20 These facts justify the search for an ideal myocardial infarction animal model to test new treatments and optimize diagnostic tests. 16 The domestic pig is considered an ideal Cited by: Porcine Heat-Injury Restenosis Model. The porcine coronary stent restenosis model is a well-accepted standard; however, its fundamental drawback is that the stent itself is foreign material.
As a result, this model may not be suitable to evaluate the performance of bifurcation or bioabsorbable stents due to lack of a true stenosis by: Ventricular arrhythmias, pulseless electrical activity, and asystole can occur at the early stages of an acute coronary thrombotic occlusion, causing hemodynamic collapse, and resulting in “sudden cardiac death.” Recognizing this common pathway for adult cardiac arrest, the European Society of Cardiology Cited by: 2.
ELECTROCARDIOLOGY 19 (2),The Circumflex Coronary Artery Occlusion Canine Model of Sudden Death: Methodology and Electrocardiographic Observations BY R~MY JOUVE*I" M.D., PII.D., PAOLO EMILIO PUDDU**'~" M.D., FRANCIS LANGLET,~'~"M.D., JEAN-CLAUDE GUILLEN,'~" M.D.
AND ANDR~ SERRADIMIGNI,* M.D. SUMMARY This study deals with a left circumflex coronary artery occlusion Cited by: 5.
Surgical Porcine Myocardial Infarction Model through Permanent Coronary Occlusion Maria R Munz, 1,* Miguel A Faria, 2 Joana R Monteiro, 3 Artur P Águas, 1 and Mário J Amorim 4. Introduction. Studies of cardiac vascularization have focused largely on the arterial system and comparative studies venous studies are lacking, as coronary artery pathology is responsible for the majority of cardiovascular-related mortality and morbidity in humans, especially in developed countries.However, with the advent of new treatment options for various cardiovascular Cited by: 4.
Sudden cardiac death (SCD) is defined as unexpected natural death from a cardiac cause that occurs spontaneously or within 1 h after an abrupt change in clinical status in a person who did not already have a condition that appeared to be fatal. Sudden cardiac death is the leading cause of death : Payam Safavi-Naeini, Abdi Rasekh, Mehdi Razavi, Mohammad Saeed, Ali Massumi.
Animal models of atherosclerosis have proven to be an invaluable asset in understanding the pathogenesis of the disease. However, large animal models may be needed in order to assess novel therapeutic approaches to the treatment of atherosclerosis.
Porcine models of coronary and peripheral atherosclerosis offer several advantages over rodent models, including similar Cited by: sudden cardiac death and coronary artery disease Source: Wikipedia Sudden death is the first presentation of coronary artery disease in a significant proportion of cases – a third of cases in some studies, whilst 72% in one study had no previous cardiac history (Fornes ; Chi.
InKnafelj et al. in a study of 72 patients with AMI and cardiac arrest undergoing PCI showed 1 stent thrombosis event (%) in the therapeutic hypothermia group (n = 32) and no stent thrombosis events (0%) in the group not receiving therapeutic hypothermia (n = 40).
3 InIbrahim et al. reported a % incidence of stent. Fishman: Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) due to life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias is one of the leading causes of death in the US.
Conditions that predispose to SCA can be acquired, as in atherosclerotic coronary artery disease, or inherited in the form of mutated cardiac ion channels, i.e.
ion channelopathies. Anomalous origin of a coronary artery (AOCA) can be associated with sudden cardiac death (SCD), particularly in young athletes. The diagnosis usually can be made by transthoracic echocardiography. In the case of patients for whom this method is not diagnostic, other methods are available including transesophageal echocardiography, cardiac magnetic Cited by: In developed countries, coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death in both sexes, accounting for about one third of all deaths.
Mortality rate among white men is about 1/10, at ages 25 to 34 and nearly 1/ at ages 55 to Mortality rate among white men aged 35 to 44 is times that among age-matched white women. Head-to-pelvis Computed Tomography Evaluation of Sudden Death Survivors The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.
Listing a study does not mean it has been. Porcine myocardium lacks significant coronary collateral vessels, so the ischemia imposed by occlusion of a major coronary artery, e.g., the left anterior descending coronary artery, is sufficiently severe to initiate ventricular fibrillation within several minutes of by: death of heart muscle cells due to occlusion of a vessel; commonly called heart attack.
surgically implanted in patients with a high risk for sudden cardiac death, that automatically detects and treats life threatening arrhythmias.
surgical creation of an alternate route for blood flow around an area of coronary arterial obstruction. coronary occlusion. Coronary occlusion, also called coronary thrombosis, is an obstruction of a coronary artery that hinders blood flow to some part of the heart.
It can cause a heart attack. Related: About Heart Attacks. Start studying Coronary Artery Disease. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Coronary Angiocardiography (cardiac cath) EKG. FIRST Dx done - 12,15,18 leads - normal in % usually follows sudden spasm/occlusion of coronary artery/stopped bld flow/O2 to heart muscle may cause death.
Sudden cardiac death (SCD) remains a major public health issue with a low survival rate. The most common cause of SCD is acute coronary artery occlusion.
Several registry based studies suggest that coronary angiography (CA) performed at admission followed if necessary by coronary angioplasty improves in-hospital and long term survival.
by several reports. First, a few cases of sudden death by coronary FMD  or accompanying coronary artery dissection  have been reported. In addition, 60 of (%) patients in the U.S. FMD Registry reported a family history of sudden death  and 19 of 32 Fig.
2. Histologic findings of coronary arteries.Myocardial infarction remains a major health-related problem with significant acute and long-term consequences.
Acute coronary occlusion results in marked electrophysiologic alterations that can induce ventricular tachyarrhythmias such as ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation, often heralding sudden cardiac death. During the infarct-healing stage, hemodynamic and Author: Konstantinos V.
Stamatis, Marianthi Kontonika, Evangelos P. Daskalopoulos, Theofilos M. Kolettis. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) is increasingly used in cardiac arrest (CA). Adequacy of carotid and coronary blood flows (CaBF, CoBF) and coronary perfusion pressure (CoPP) in ECMO treated CA is not well established.
This study compares femoro-femoral (FF) to femoro-subclavian (FS) ECMO and intraaortic balloon counterpulsation (IABP) Cited by: