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Local thrombolysis for treatment of acute and chronic arterial occlusions


, : Local thrombolysis for treatment of acute and chronic arterial occlusions. Intensiv- und Notfallbehandlung 20(4): 147-155

Local thrombolysis for treatment of acute and chronic arterial occlusions. Using a method like local arterial thrombolysis the angiologist/radiologist has the opportunity to treat peripheral vascular disease gently. Thrombolysis is suitable as therapy for acute and subacute thrombotic or embolic occlusions as well as for elective recanalization in chronic peripheral arterial disease. To find the right indication it is important to take predictors of success, i.e. duration of occlusion or peripheral outflow, and the complication rate of about 5% in a polymorbid population into consideration. The comparison of different methods of so-called local tbrombolysis points out that complication rate decreases depending on the reduction of thrombolytic substance. Both sufficient after care and - in some cases - a well indicated second procedure (catheter aspiration or PTA) are important to stabilize success of local thrombolysis. The interdisciplinary discussion of angiologist, interventional radiologist and vascular surgeon is the key to the right decision for the best way of treatment.

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