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Balloon-Expandable Intraarterial Stents: Effect of Antithrombotic Medication on Thrombus Formation

  • J. C. Palmaz
  • O. Garcia
  • D. T. Kopp
  • F. O. Tio
  • V. Ciaravino
  • R. A. Schatz
  • C. Rees
  • R. Alvarado
  • J. L. Lancaster
  • R. D. Borchert

Abstract

Growing interest in the research of percutaneous intravascular metallic stents is evidenced by the rapidly increasing number of investigations on the subject [1–6]. Sigwart et al. [7] first demonstrated successful clinical use of intracoronary stents. However, recent reports indicate thrombosis of the stent after placement in 39% of the series by Puel et al. [8] and 11% in the series by Sigwart et al. [9]. This underscores the fact that thrombogenicity may be one of the most challenging problems for the safe use of intravascular stents.

Keywords

Stent Placement Activity Ratio Stent Diameter Antithrombotic Medication Intracoronary Stents 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. C. Palmaz
  • O. Garcia
  • D. T. Kopp
  • F. O. Tio
  • V. Ciaravino
  • R. A. Schatz
  • C. Rees
  • R. Alvarado
  • J. L. Lancaster
  • R. D. Borchert

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