Title of article :
Success, Safety, and Mechanisms of Failure of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for Occlusive Non–Drug-Eluting In-Stent Restenosis Versus Native Artery Total Occlusion
Abbas، نويسنده , , Amr E. and Brewington، نويسنده , , Stacy D. and Dixon، نويسنده , , Simon R. and Boura، نويسنده , , Judith and Grines، نويسنده , , Cindy L. and O’Neill، نويسنده , , William W.، نويسنده ,
We compared the procedural success, mechanism of failure, and safety of percutaneous coronary intervention in 235 procedures for de novo chronic total occlusions with 78 procedures for chronic occlusive in-stent restenosis. Despite similar rates of procedural success and safety profile, angiographic predictors of successful percutaneous coronary intervention for de novo chronic total occlusions played a limited role in patients who had chronic occlusive in-stent restenosis, and the mechanisms of failure were different.