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arterial bypass

bypass grafts/stents

Name the 3 basic procedures for bypass? 1.vein suitability 2.mapping/marking the saphenous or superficial arm vns 3.suitability of radial artery for CABG
Vein divides into two segments then rejoins into one. Bifid system
3 advantages for using radial over gsv. appropriate caliber, thicker wall, better availability
what is used to determine patency of the palm arch? Allens test or PPG tracings
which bypass procedure is valvulatome used? In situ
which graft is used for fem-fem bypass? synthetic polytetrafluroethylene or synthetic dacron Dacron
a potential complication of in-situ graft fistulas
rapid proliferation of intimal cells causing wall thickening intimal hyperplasia
hyperemic flow or antegrade flow post graft procedure after several weeks is caused by chronic vasodilation
T/F graft velocities vary with vessel diameter True
complications of stents include all but: endoleak, intimal hyperplasia, infection, vessel rupture, embolization intimal hyperplasia
Created by: amandarose01