CATHETERIZATION OUR RESULTS
B. Kapetanović, M. Spužić, R. Ajanović, S. Spasojević, E.
Raljević and J. Alibegović .
of Cardiology, Clinical Center University of Sarajevo, Bosnia
In the laboratory
for invsive cardiology, there were 900 catheterization procedures
performed in the period between February 1998 and April 2001,
out of which there were 56 angioplasties. 551 or 58% catheterization
procedures were carried out in the coronary patients, 220 or 26%
in patients with valvular diseases, 61 or 7% with congenital heart
diseases, 4 or 0,5% in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy,
2 or 0,2% with heart tumours, theer were 7 or 0,6% bridges and
85 or 9% had normal result. In the coronary group, 53% had three-vessel
disease, 29% had two-vessel and 18% had one vessel disease. In
the group of valvular diseases, 49% had mitral valve disease,
45% was with aortic valve disease and 6% had combined two valve
disease i.e. aortic and mitral. Our procedures were complicated
with 1 case of acute inafrction, 1 case of stroke, 2 patients
had transitory ischaemic attack, one had femoral vein thrombosis,
there were 6 cases of ventricular fibrillation and 12 patients
had vaso-vagal reaction.