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Endovaskulär teknik vid aortaaneurysm. Lovande alternativ till öppen kirurgi

Norgren, L; Danielsson, Gudmundur LU ; Jonung, Torbjörn; Ribbe, Else LU ; Thörne, Johan LU ; Zdanowski, Z; Albrechtsson, Ulf LU ; Engellau, Lena LU and Larsson, Elna-Marie LU (1998) In Läkartidningen 95(6). p.508-512
Abstract
The article consists in a presentation of endovascular surgery for abdominal aortic aneurysm repair in 23 cases. Two cases required conversion to open surgery, but the procedure could be completed in the remaining 21 cases, with a current duration of follow-up of up to 30 months. There was early leakage in one case, and late leakage in five cases. Late conversion has been necessary in three instances, and supplementary endovascular measures have been required in a further two instances. All complications have occurred in those cases operated during the first half of the study period. Modification of the endoprosthesis used and increasing skill have reduced both operation time and the complication rate. Intensive care is no longer required,... (More)
The article consists in a presentation of endovascular surgery for abdominal aortic aneurysm repair in 23 cases. Two cases required conversion to open surgery, but the procedure could be completed in the remaining 21 cases, with a current duration of follow-up of up to 30 months. There was early leakage in one case, and late leakage in five cases. Late conversion has been necessary in three instances, and supplementary endovascular measures have been required in a further two instances. All complications have occurred in those cases operated during the first half of the study period. Modification of the endoprosthesis used and increasing skill have reduced both operation time and the complication rate. Intensive care is no longer required, and the median duration of hospitalisation is three days. Follow-up with magnetic resonance imaging has yielded new and important information. (Less)
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Endovascular technique in aortic aneurysm. A promising alternative to open surgery
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Aortabråck, buk, Blodkärlsprotesimplantation, Postoperativa komplikationer, Kirurgiska tekniker, endoskopiska
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Läkartidningen
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95
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6
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508 - 512
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Sveriges Läkarförbund
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  • pmid:9494353
  • scopus:0042924817
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0023-7205
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Swedish
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d97ec3f0-849a-40bb-8028-aad23e846550 (old id 1113282)
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http://ltarkiv.lakartidningen.se/artNo17066
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  abstract     = {The article consists in a presentation of endovascular surgery for abdominal aortic aneurysm repair in 23 cases. Two cases required conversion to open surgery, but the procedure could be completed in the remaining 21 cases, with a current duration of follow-up of up to 30 months. There was early leakage in one case, and late leakage in five cases. Late conversion has been necessary in three instances, and supplementary endovascular measures have been required in a further two instances. All complications have occurred in those cases operated during the first half of the study period. Modification of the endoprosthesis used and increasing skill have reduced both operation time and the complication rate. Intensive care is no longer required, and the median duration of hospitalisation is three days. Follow-up with magnetic resonance imaging has yielded new and important information.},
  author       = {Norgren, L and Danielsson, Gudmundur and Jonung, Torbjörn and Ribbe, Else and Thörne, Johan and Zdanowski, Z and Albrechtsson, Ulf and Engellau, Lena and Larsson, Elna-Marie},
  issn         = {0023-7205},
  keyword      = {Aortabråck,buk,Blodkärlsprotesimplantation,Postoperativa komplikationer,Kirurgiska tekniker,endoskopiska},
  language     = {swe},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {508--512},
  publisher    = {Sveriges Läkarförbund},
  series       = {Läkartidningen},
  title        = {Endovaskulär teknik vid aortaaneurysm. Lovande alternativ till öppen kirurgi},
  volume       = {95},
  year         = {1998},
}