SUPERA stent outcomes in Above-The-Knee IntervEntions: Effects of COMPression and ELongation (SAKE-COMPEL) Sub-study.

@article{Bhatt2017SUPERASO,
  title={SUPERA stent outcomes in Above-The-Knee IntervEntions: Effects of COMPression and ELongation (SAKE-COMPEL) Sub-study.},
  author={Hemal Bhatt and Richard Kovach and Sean F. Janzer and Jon C. George},
  journal={Cardiovascular revascularization medicine : including molecular interventions},
  year={2017},
  volume={19 5 Pt A},
  pages={
          512-515
        }
}
INTRODUCTION The interwoven nitinol design of the Supera stent has been shown to have superior radial strength and fracture resistance resulting in higher patency rates at 6 and 12months. A detailed sub-analysis of SUPERB trial showed differences in patency based on stent conformation post deployment. We evaluated the patency of the stent within the SAKE study cohort based on stent deployment conformation. METHODS We retrospectively evaluated the medical records of 63 patients (77 limbs) with… CONTINUE READING
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