True lumen re-entry devices facilitate subintimal angioplasty and stenting of total chronic occlusions: Initial report.

@article{Jacobs2006TrueLR,
  title={True lumen re-entry devices facilitate subintimal angioplasty and stenting of total chronic occlusions: Initial report.},
  author={Donald P. Jacobs and Raghunandan L Motaganahalli and Daniel E Cox and Catherine M. Wittgen and G. J. Peterson},
  journal={Journal of vascular surgery},
  year={2006},
  volume={43 6},
  pages={1291-6}
}
OBJECTIVE The acute technical failure of endovascular treatment of chronic total occlusions (CTOs) is most often due to the inability to re-enter the true lumen after occlusion is crossed in a subintimal plane. This study reports our initial experience with true lumen re-entry devices in the treatment of CTOs. METHODS Patients with treatment of CTOs were identified from our vascular registry. All patients in whom the Pioneer catheter or the Outback catheter were used were also identified from… CONTINUE READING
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