Rapid pacing for better placing: comparison of techniques for precise deployment of endografts in the thoracic aorta

Journal of Endovascular Therapy : an Official Journal of the International Society of Endovascular Specialists
Christoph A NienaberHuseyin Ince

Abstract

To investigate the safety, efficacy, impact on positioning, and neurocognitive outcomes of 3 conceptually different methods of avoiding the "windsock" effect during thoracic stent-graft placement. A retrospective review was conducted of 70 patients (48 men; mean age 63 years) who underwent elective or emergency stent-graft placement in the thoracic aorta for various pathologies. Twenty-seven patients (18 men; mean age 64+/-12 years) had stent-graft positioning during rapid right ventricular (RV) pacing at 180 to 200 beats per minute. Another 27 patients (18 men; mean age 62+/-12 years) had stent-graft placement under controlled hypotension (<or=45 mmHg) achieved with sodium nitroprusside (3 microg/kg/min). Sixteen patients (12 men; mean age 63+/-14 years) had intermittent cardiac arrest induced by a 0.5-mg/kg adenosine bolus prior to launching the stent-graft. Termination of the endovascular procedure, weaning, and recovery were conducted according to the same routines in all patients. Hemodynamics, landing precision (deviation from planned placement site), cerebral blood flow, and neurocognitive function were compared. Rapid RV pacing (median 12 seconds) was conducted without technical difficulty or delayed recovery in any of ...Continue Reading

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