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Second Congress of Cardiology and Angiology of Bosnia & Herzegovina

 

FOLLOW UP OF THE PATIENTS WHO UNDERWENT PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTIONS IN ONE YEAR PERIOD, 2000-2001.
M. Spužić, J. Alibegović, B. Kapetanović, R. Ajanović, S. Spasojević and P. Urban.
Clinic of Cardiology, Clinical Center Univeristy of Sarajevo, Hopital de la Tour, Geneve, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland

50 consecutive patients treated in our catheterization laboratory last year (CL) were followed up for the period of three months following the procedure. The selected patients, classified by gender and age, had one or more different risk factors and they presented with the symptoms of stable, unstable or post AMI angina. Only elective PCIs were performed having in mind the current conditions and facilities. 46 procedures (84%) were performed on one vessel and 8 patients (14%) had PCI on two vessels. Procedures performed included PTCA only, PTCA /stent and direct stent. The adverse effects were divided in in-hospital events (1 case of non Q AMI and 1 case of Q MI) and post-disharge events. In 3 months period 10 patients had reccurrent chest pain but only 4 had angiographically confirmed restenosis. For our initial experience in interventional cardiology results in selected patients were good and the incidence of late adverse effects was acceptably low. The coordination work with Geneva team proved to be very efficient.

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