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Volume 12 - Issue# 02 - Year 2022



Editorial

The origins of Interventional Cardiology in coronary ar...
Rubén Piraino

Most healthcare workers think of interventional cardiology as a well-established medical specialty. However, it would be good to reflect on its true origin because for those who were already part of it even before our specialty was born, the present time is just another step in the timeline of interventional cardiology. Today, interventional cardiology has reached its peak after 40 years...


Artículo de Revisión | Contiene material suplementario

CRISPR-Cas9 as protection therapy against cardiovascula...
David Vetcher

In February, 2017 we submitted the article Impact and opportunity of CRISPR-Cas9 in Cardiology to the Argentine Journal of Interventional Cardioangiology (RACI)—the official organ of the Argentine College of Interventional Cardiologists (CACI)— that was accepted in May 16 2017, and published in Issue #2 (April-June) of 2017. Almost 5 years ago, neither we nor the editor-in-chief, ...


Artículo de Revisión

The emergence of coronary intravascular lithotripsy
Sukhdeep Bhogal y cols.

The management of coronary artery calcium has been challenging since the inception of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). It is one of the strongest markers for the presence of coronary artery disease (CAD) and has been extensively studied since the 1990s. It is encountered in about one-third of cases and is often underdiagnosed with routine coronary angiography.3 Further, moderate to s...


Caso Clínico

Endovascular resolution of complicated pulmonary pseudo...
Macarena Matus de la Parra y cols.

Swan-Ganz (SG) catheter has facilitated the hemodynamic management of patients hospitalized in intensive care units, as well as the intra- and postoperative management of severe patients treated with high-complexity surgeries. Although its routine used has decreased, it is occasionally used for hemodynamic monitoring purposes in intensive therapies, assessment of medically unexplained dyspnea...


Caso Clínico

Intracoronary lithotripsy for stent underexpansion reso...
Juan Mieres y cols.

Complex angioplasties associated with heavily calcified plaques have always been challenging regarding percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI) in the routine clinical practice. There are 2 different devices available that we use daily in our cath labs to perform these PCIs: enhanced stent visualization (ESV), which is a technology provided by an angiographic system built by General Electric...


Caso Clínico

Critical limb ischemia: case presentation of retrograde...
Deysi Vanessa Cuadros Morales

Lower limb critical ischemia is a serious manifestation of lower limb peripheral arterial disease. It poses a high risk of amputation or complications associated with tissue loss, gangrene, sepsis or multiple organ failure. This ischemia is characterized by the coexistence of pain at rest or foot or toes ulceration or gangrene. It often presents as a chronic total coronary occlusion (CTO) in ...


Caso Clínico

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement for failing homo...
José María Milanesi y cols.

Surgical aortic valve replacement (SAVR) with homograft is prone to late degeneration as it is associated with severe calcification and vascular dysfunction. Surgical reintervention in patients treated with SAVR with homograft can be associated with a significantly high risk. Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) has become a known therapy for patients with severe aortic stenosis (Ao...


Caso Clínico

Venous thoracic outlet syndrome, angiographic diagnosis
Jorge Cortez y cols.

The axillary vein is a continuation of the brachial vein that ascends towards the thorax. Then, it turns into the subclavian vein as it passes above the first rib underneath the clavicle. Then, it meets with the internal jugular vein to become the brachiocephalic vein. The term axillosubclavian is used to refer to the axillary and subclavian segments of the vein. To reach the internal jugular...


Carta del Presidente

Letter from the President of CACI
Martín Cisneros

Our journal successful path is on the rise, and the highly scientific content published truly makes us proud. In addition, over the last few months numerous comments have been posted on our social media (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter). I wish to thank Dr. Alfredo Rodríguez, and Dr. Carlos Fernández Pereira, his collaborator, for their uplifting spirit to keep making our journ...


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