Hemodynamics and wall mechanics after stent placement in swine iliac arteries: comparative results from six stent designs.

@article{Rolland1999HemodynamicsAW,
  title={Hemodynamics and wall mechanics after stent placement in swine iliac arteries: comparative results from six stent designs.},
  author={P H Rolland and A B Charifi and C{\'e}cile Verrier and Heidi Bodard and Alain Friggi and Ph Piquet and Guy Moulin and J. M. Bartoli},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={213 1},
  pages={229-46}
}
PURPOSE To compare the hemodynamics and wall mechanics of swine iliac arteries after placement of six types of stent. MATERIALS AND METHODS Stents were placed in the iliac artery of 18 pigs (three pigs each underwent placement with one of six types of stent); 16 untreated pigs served as control animals. Iliac arterial hemodynamics and wall mechanics were measured 4 days after placement. RESULTS Four stents (Palmaz-Schatz, Cordis, Warren, NJ; and Strecker, Cragg, and Symphony, Boston… CONTINUE READING

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