CSI - A New Approach to Interventional Cardiology
CSI - A New Approach to Interventional Cardiology. 100 pages with numerous figures and tables. CSI - A New Approach to Interventional Cardiology focuses on the clinical evaluation of systems such as synchronized retroperfusion (SRP), retroinfusion of pharmaceutical agents (RCSP) and pressure controlled intermittent coronary sinus occlusion (PICSO)
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Items related to CSI - A New Approach to Interventional Cardiology. In: Mohl W, Wolner E, Glogar D (eds) The Coronary Sinus. CSI - A New Approach to Interventional Cardiology (Progress in Coronary Sinus Interventions). ISBN 13: 9783662064351. SteinkopffVerlag, Darmstadt, pp 549-550 3. Meerbaum S, Lang TW, Osher JV et al (1976) Diastolic retroperfusion of acutely ischemic myo cardium. Recently reported experimental retrograde coronary venous techniques protect the acute- ly ischemic myocardium and appear to be a sound approach for temporary support of the severely jeopardized myocardi urn.
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CSI-A New Approach to Interventional Cardiology. Periodic occlusion of the coronary sinus and therefore the majority of cardiac veins draining the myocardium, elevates the pressure in veins reaching a systolic pressure plateau after a few seconds. In PICSO obstruction to venous flow is limited to this plateau not to impede coronary arterial inflow and therefore nutrition. Figure 2 shows a pressure reading in cardiac veins.
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