Transcatheter Creation of an Atrial Setpal Defect Using Radiofrequency Perforation.
Authors: Henri Justino MD Lee N. Benson MD David G. Nykanen MD
Novel Approach to the Newborn With Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and Intact Atrial Septum
Authors: Alexander J. Javois MD Andrew H. Van Bergen MD Bettina F. Cuneo MD Tarek S. Husayni MD
Radiofrequency Perforation and Cutting Balloon Septoplasty of Intact Atrial Septum in a Newborn With Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Using Transesophageal ICE Probe Guidance.
Authors: Sharon L. Hill NP Katherine M. Mizelle MD Sean M. Vellucci MD Timothy F. Feltes MD John P. Cheatham MD
Unusual interventional management in an adult with tetralogy of Fallot
Authors: Tony Abdel-Massih, Younes Boudjemline and Philipp Bonhoeffer Department of Pediatric Cardiology, Hôpital Necker-Enfants Malades, Paris, France
Future of interventional cardiology in pediatrics.
Authors: Levi, Daniel S. MD; Alejos, Juan C. MD; Moore, John W. MD, MPH
Successful Recanalization of Bile Duct Occlusion with a Radiofrequency Puncture Wire Technique
Authors: Marcelo Guimaraes, MD, Andre Uflacker, MS4, Claudio Schonholz, MD, Renan Uflacker, MD
Radiofrequency thermal wire is a useful adjunct to treat chronic central venous occlusions
Authors: Mark Iafrati, MD, RVT, Stephen Maloney, MD, Neil Halin, DO Journal of Vascular Surgery, Volume 55, Issue 2
Successful Recanalization of a Longstanding Complete Left Subclavian Vein Occlusion by Radiofrequency Perforation with Use of a Radiofrequency Guide Wire
Authors: Authors: Mark O. Baerlocher, MD, Murray R. Asch, MD, FRCPC, Andy Myers, MD, FRCPC
Recanalization of Systemic Venous Baffles by Radiofrequency Perforation and Stent Implantation
Authors: Authors: Anita W. Asgar MD, Joaquim Mirò MD, Reda Ibrahim MD
Successful Recanalization of a Longstanding Right Common Iliac Artery Occlusion with a Radiofrequency Guidewire
Authors: Tapping C.R. et al., Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol. 2011 Dec 16
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