alexa Role of Drug Eluting Balloons in Peripheral Endovascular Procedures

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Role of Drug Eluting Balloons in Peripheral Endovascular Procedures

In the coronary arteries  (DEBs) have emerged as an exciting technology developed to overcome the limitations faced by drug-eluting stents, such as stent thrombosis and dependency on prolonged dual antiplatelet therapy, and may prove efficacious in complex subsets such as small vessels and diffuse lesions . In particular, DEBs are commonly used in the coronary arteries to prevent restenosis, to treat in-stent restenosis, to treat small vessels, and to treat vessels where stent results are suboptimal.

 

 

Troisi N (2014) Role of Drug Eluting Balloons in Peripheral Endovascular Procedures. Angiol 2:128

 
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