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Early clinical outcomes of primary percutaneous coronary intervention in bharatpur, Nepal. Primary percutaneous coronary intervention represents one of the cornerstone management modalities for patients with acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction and has undergone tremendous growth over the past two decades. This study was aimed to determine the early clinical outcomes of primary percutaneous coronary interventions in a tertiary-level teaching hospital without onsite cardiac surgery backup.
This was studnt prospective descriptive study which included all consecutive patients who were admitted for primary percutaneous coronary interventions between March and January at the College of Medical Sciences and Teaching Hospital, Bharatpur, Nepal. Total 68 patients underwent primary percutaneous coronary interventions as a mode of revascularization.
The primary end point of the study was to identify in-hospital as well as day clinical outcomes of primary percutaneous coronary interventions. The mean age was Of the 68 primary percutaneous coronary interventions performed, 15 Primary percutaneous coronary irzysztof for anterior wall myocardial infarction was more common than for non-anterior wall myocardial infarction Proximal artery stenting was performed in The outcomes were mortality 5.
Primary percutaneous coronary intervention improves the early clinical outcomes in patient with acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Despite having no onsite cardiac surgery backup, primary percutaneous coronary intervention was feasible with acceptable complications in a tertiary-care teaching hospital.
Patients’ perception of their experience of primary percutaneous intervention for ST segment elevation myocardial infarction. This relatively new procedure has reduced the time patients with the diagnosis of STEMI spend in hospital.
In this literature review we explore patients’ perceptions of krzysztog experience of receiving primary percutaneous intervention PCI as a treatment for STEMI.
We critiqued and graded for relevance 10 papers that included original research and other sources. Further, there is a misalignment between some patients’ perceptions and health professionals’ perceptions of this experience related to the event as well as the language used to speak of it. Thus, we recommend that nurses assess patients’ perception of the experience and patients’ health literacy level, then tailor the content and language of patient and family education to ensure an effective educative intervention.
Mechanical post-conditioning in STEMI patients undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention. Although early myocardial reperfusion via primary percutaneous coronary intervention PCI allows krzysztf preservation of left ventricular function and improves outcome, the acute restoration of blood flow may contribute to the pathophysiology of infarction, a complex phenomenon called reperfusion injury.
First described in animal models of coronary obstruction, mechanical post-conditioning, a sequence of repetitive interruption of coronary blood flow applied immediately after krzzysztof of the occluded vessel, was able to reduce the infarct size. However, evidence of its krzysztif benefit remains controversial.
This review describes the mechanisms of post-conditioning action and the different protocols employed focusing on its impact on primary PCI outcome. Dimensions of socioeconomic status and clinical outcome after primary percutaneous coronary intervention. The association between low socioeconomic status SES and high mortality from coronary heart disease is well-known.
However, the role of SES in relation to the clinical outcome after primary percutaneous coronary intervention remains poorly understood.
We studied patients treated with primary percutaneous coronary intervention. The primary outcome was major adverse cardiac events cardiac death, recurrent myocardial infarction, and target vessel revascularization at maximum follow-up mean, 3.
The cumulative risk of major adverse cardiac events after maximum follow-up was higher among low-income patients and unemployed patients compared with their counterparts income: After adjustment for patient characteristics, these differences were substantially attenuated income: Further adjustment for admission findings, procedure-related data, and medical treatment during follow-up did not significantly affect the associations.
With education as the SES indicator, no between-group differences were observed in the risk of the composite end point.
Even in a tax-financed healthcare system, low-SES patients treated with primary percutaneous coronary intervention face a worse prognosis than high-SES patients. The poor outcome seems to be largely explained by differences in baseline patient characteristics. Employment status and income but not education level were associated with clinical outcomes. A sensation of self-awareness on the relativity of our certainties comes over looking to the huge amount of data on antithrombotic therapies assessed in patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction STEMI undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention pPCI.
This sensation can be compared to the so-called “overview effect”, a cognitive shift in awareness reported by some astronauts during spaceflight, often while viewing the Earth from orbit. In this review we will mention drugs floated like meteors in the Universe of STEMI treatment and we will discuss the body of evidence on oral and intravenous antithrombotic therapies for patients undergoing pPCI.
Primary percutaneous coronary intervention by magnetic navigation compared with conventional wire technique. The major endpoint was contrast media use.
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Technical success and procedural outcomes were evaluated. Clinical demographics and angiographic characteristics of the two groups were similar, except for fewer patients with previous coronary artery bypass grafting CABG and hypertension syudent the CPCI group and fewer patients with diabetes in the MPCI group.
Conclusion This comparison indicates the feasibility and non-inferiority of magnetic navigation in performing primary PCI and suggests the possibility of reductions in contrast media use and fluoroscopy time compared with CPCI.
Impact of hospital proportion and volume on primary percutaneous coronary intervention performance in England and Wales. To quantify the determinants of primary percutaneous coronary intervention PCI performance in England and Wales between and We studied the impact of the volume of primary PCI cases hospital volume on door-to-balloon DTB times and the proportion of patients treated with primary PCI hospital proportion on day mortality and employed regression analysis to identify reasons for DTB time variations with a multilevel component to express hospital variation.
Median DTB times reduced from 84 min in to 61 min in Time-of-day, year of admission, sex, and diabetes significantly influenced DTB times. Hospital variation was evident by a hospital-level DTB time standard deviation of 12 min. There was a large variation in DTB times between the best and worst performing hospitals.
Although patient-related factors impacted upon DTB times, the volume and proportion of patients undergoing primary PCI were significantly associated with delay and early mortality-hospitals with the highest proportion of primary PCI had the lowest mortality.
Platelet counts on admission affect coronary flow, myocardial perfusion and left ventricular systolic function after primary percutaneous coronary intervention. The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis that platelet blood count at admission in patients with acute STEMI treated by primary percutaneous coronary intervention affects coronary flow, myocardial perfusion and recovery of left ventricular systolic function.
A total of patients presenting with acute anterior STEMI and treated with primary percutaneous coronary intervention were included and divided into subgroups of admission platelet blood count of K. Evaluation of coronary artery flow and myocardial blush grade was performed according to the TIMI criteria. Electrocardiographic ST elevation resolution post- primary percutaneous coronary intervention was evaluated.
Doppler echocardiographic evaluation of left anterior descending coronary artery velocities early and late after primary percutaneous coronary intervention and assessment of left ventricular ejection fraction and wall motion score index WMSI of left ventricular and left anterior descending coronary artery territory were performed.
Post- primary percutaneous coronary intervention TIMI, myocardial blush grade and ST elevation resolution were similar in all groups. Patients with platelet counts primary percutaneous coronary interventionand higher prevalence of left anterior descending coronary artery velocity deceleration time exceeding ms, Continuity of care after percutaneous coronary intervention: The patient’s perspective across secondary and primary care settings.
Although patients may experience a quick recovery followed by rapid discharge after percutaneous coronary interventions PCIscontinuity of care from hospital to home can be particularly challenging. Despite this fact, little is known about the experiences of care across the interface between secondary and primary healthcare systems in patients undergoing PCI. To explore how patients undergoing PCI experience continuity of care between secondary and primary care settings after early discharge.
The study used an inductive exploratory design by performing in-depth interviews of 22 patients at weeks after PCI.
Nine were women and 13 were men; 13 were older than 67 years of age. Eight lived remotely from the PCI centre. Patients were purposively recruited from the Norwegian Registry for Invasive Cardiology.
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Interviews were analysed by qualitative content analysis. Patients undergoing PCI were satisfied with the technical treatment. However, patients experienced an unplanned patient journey across care boundaries. They were not receiving adequate instruction and information on how to integrate health information. Patients also needed help to facilitate connections to community-based resources and to schedule clear jaworsko appointments.
As high-technology treatment dramatically expands, healthcare organisations need to be concerned about all dimensions of continuity. Patients are witnessing their own processes of healthcare delivery and therefore their voices should be taken into greater account when discussing continuity of care.
Nurse-led initiatives to improve continuity of care involve a range of interventions at different levels of the healthcare system. Significance of off-hours in centralized primary percutaneous coronary intervention network. To analyze the efficacy of a regionally organized primary percutaneous coronary intervention PCI network at the Heart Center, Semmelweis University Budapest, part of the “Budapest model,” and the factors that influence it. In sthdent to investigate the jaworzki between regular and off-hours patient care in a hour myocardial infarction primary care system, we included consecutive, unselected patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction and followed them until at least one year.
The follow-up was complete for all participants. The difference between regular hours and off-hours mortality was not significant either after 30 days 8. The rate of patients with re-infarction, frequency of re- interventionand major adverse cardiac events, including death, re-infarction, re- interventionand coronary artery bypass graft surgery, were similar in both patient groups.
The time delay sutdent the onset of chest pain and arrival to the clinic was 5. Direct transport caused significant decrease in the day and 1-year mortality independent of duty time bofaty. Centralized primary PCI network of the “Budapest model” achieved the same level of patient care during both off-hours mrzysztof regular hours. Multiplate analyser Dynabite, Munich, Germany was used for the assessment of platelet reactivity. MACE death, non-fatal infarction, ischemia-driven target vessel revascularization and ischemic stroke and serious bleeding according to the BARC classification.
At admission, compared with aspirin sensitive patients ASPpatients with APR had more frequently diabetes, anterior infarction and heart failure, while AHR patients had reduced values of creatine kinase, leukocytes, heart rate and systolic blood pressure.
The majority of APR patients were suitable for tailoring. Neither APR including tailored patients nor AHR were associated with adverse day efficacy or safety clinical outcomes.
Comparison of primary coronary percutaneous coronary intervention between Diabetic Men and Women with acute myocardial infarction. This study aimed to explore the short-term efficacy and safety of primary percutaneous coronary intervention PCI in female diabetic patients complicated with acute myocardial infarction AMI. Jaworrski clinical data, characteristics of coronary artery lesions, lengths of hospital stay, and incidences of complications were then compared between two groups.
The average age, history of hyperlipidemia, double branch lesions, triple branch lesions, and left main lesions were significantly higher in group A than in group B P CVIT expert consensus document on primary percutaneous coronary intervention PCI for acute myocardial infarction Blgaty in While primary percutaneous coronary intervention PCI has significantly contributed to improve the mortality in patients with ST segment elevation myocardial infarction even in cardiogenic shock, primary PCI is a standard of care in most of Japanese institutions.
Whereas there are high numbers of available facilities providing primary PCI in Japan, there are no clear guidelines focusing on procedural aspect of the bgoaty care. Whilst updated guidelines jaworeki the management of acute myocardial infarction were recently published by European Society of Cardiology, the following major changes are indicated; 1 radial access and drug-eluting stent over bare metal stent were recommended as Class I indication, and 2 complete revascularization before hospital discharge either immediate or staged is now considered as Class IIa recommendation.
Although the primary PCI is consistently recommended in recent and previous jwaorski, the device lag from Europe, the frequent usage of coronary imaging modalities in Japan, and the difference in available medical therapy or mechanical support may prevent direct application of European guidelines to Japanese population.