Cece wrote:We only just got back in. We'd been out for six hours...a bit much for the day after angioplasty!
NZer1 wrote:Cece thanks for your reply.
Has Dr.S been talking about this on his tread, I have not been following it and I must take time to catch up.
I am imagining that he is thinking full time more about the difficult and unusual cases, to get a better understanding of what treatment is going to be required.
Take your time and be well.
Cece wrote:We have left Brooklyn behind and are now in the Times Square hotel, ready for the symposium patient day tomorrow!
Cece wrote:I will definitely be sharing my impression of patient day...but do we have anyone attending the two doctor days who is willing to tell us everything??
drsclafani wrote:Yes Cece
although you have a copy of the images, perhaps it would be good for you and your fans to review here as you suggest.
The sequence was as follows
1. prep and drape
2. time out
3. cath in left femoral under local anesthesia
4. advancement into right jugular, venogram, ivus, 18 mm angioplasty to thirteen atmospheres, repeat venogram
5. advancement into left jugular, venogram, ivus, angiopasty to 14 mm at ten Atm, repeat venogram
6. advancement into azygous vein, venogram of ascending azygous followed by zero, twenty, seventy and ninety degree views of the azygous arch
7. IVC venogram
8 ascending lumbar venogram
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