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Severe renal artery stenosis in patients with accelerated, resistant or malignant hypertension, hypertension with intolerance to medications, and hypertension with an unexplained solitary kidney (Class IIa) 3. Progressive renal failure in patients with bilateral stenosis or severe stenosis in a solitary kidney (Class IIa) 4. Severe renal artery stenosis in patients with unstable angina (Class IIa) 5. 2 Current American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association indications for renal artery revascularization.
Remove the casing from the body. Treat the lesion. Retrieval of the filter Use the blue end of the casing to retrieve the filter. The gold thread that is embedded in the filter should be pulled into the casing. Remove the wire and retrieval device as a unit. 5 mm. Preparing the filter Hold the clear plastic housing, which surrounds the filter in an upright position. Inject saline until it comes out of the top. Tighten the screw on the top of the housing until saline fills the opaque plastic coil.
Reprinted with permission from Krishnaswamy A, et al. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv. 2010;75:530–9. 2 Posterior circulation. A) Selective angiogram of a dominant left vertebral artery.
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