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Investigating the success rate and complications of hybrid revascularization surgical ‎technique in treating multi-level critical limb ischemia
Mohammad Sadegh Esmaeeli Delshad, Hossein Hemmati *, Reza Kayhany, Saeed Yousefi, Mohammad Taghi Ashobi, Habib Eslami-Kenarsari , Zakiyeh Jafaryparvar
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Peripheral artery disease is a disease that leads to obstruction of blood flow in arteries, especially coronary ‎arteries. Hybrid Rascularization Surgery Technique is one of the methods in the treatment of critical limb ‎ischemia in people with peripheral arterial disease.‎In a case series study of patients who had peripheral vascular occlusion from 2016 to 2021 and referred to Razi ‎Medical Center in Rasht and were treated with a hybrid procedure by CFA arterial endartectomy and ‎simultaneous Inflow & Outflow angioplasty, a checklist included Age, sex, local complications, exacerbation of ‎ischemia, inflow artery involvement, outflow artery involvement, blood flow success rate, symptom success ‎rate, and wound healing rate were collected.‎Sixteen patients were studied during this period, of which 13 were male and 3 were female. Their mean age ‎was 67.75 ±10.55 years and the youngest person was 47 years old and the oldest person was 86 years old. 2 ‎patients had only Inflow involvement, 8 patients had only Outflow involvement and 6 patients had both Inflow ‎and Outflow involvement. Of the 16 patients studied, 1 patient did not present after surgery and the ‎information on the success or failure of their surgery is not known, but of the other 15 patients, 13 patients ‎‎(87%) had their wounds healed and their surgery was successful.‎In our study, the majority of patients (13 out of 15 patients) had technically successful vascular surgery, which is ‎a significant success in terms of mortality and morbidity compared to open surgery according to other studies. In ‎aortic and lower extremity stenosis, with this procedure, the mortality and morbidity rates are low and the ‎success rate is high. It is also an acceptable method due to shortening the duration of surgery and the time of ‎hospitalization of the patient and not opening the abdomen.‎
Keywords: Peripheral artery disease, critical limb ischemia, hybrid vascularization
Keywords: Peripheral artery disease, critical limb ischemia, hybrid vascularization
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Received: 2022/01/10 | Accepted: 2021/06/16 | Published: 2021/06/16


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Esmaeeli Delshad M S, Hemmati H, Kayhany R, Yousefi S, Ashobi M T, Eslami-Kenarsari H et al . Investigating the success rate and complications of hybrid revascularization surgical ‎technique in treating multi-level critical limb ischemia. Iran J Vasc Surg Endovasc Ther 2022; 2 (1)
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