HYBRID APPROACH IN TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH MULTILEVEL PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE AND CHRONICALLY THREATENED LIMB ISCHEMIA. LITERATURE REVIEW.

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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4070076

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hybrid intervention, multilevel atherosclerotic disease, critically threatened limb ischemia

Abstract

Objectives. The aim of the study was to analyze the existing data and evidence, regarding chronically threatened limb ischemia and the role of hybrid vascular interventions.
Materials and methods. Google Scholar and PubMed search engines were used to find data and evidence regarding chronically threatened limb ischemia and the role of hybrid vascular treatment. The following keywords were used for search: hybrid vascular interventions, multilevel atherosclerotic disease, critical limb ischemia.
Results. There were identified 84 publications that showed actual data and evidence regarding chronically threatened limb ischemia and the role of hybrid vascular treatment.
Conclusions. There is a limited body of data and evidence regarding chronically threatened limb ischemia and the role of hybrid vascular treatment, thus further new studies are needed to strengthen the already existing evidence. Some of the future research priorities are: refinement of risk factors in patients with chronically threatened limb ischemia, conduct comparative effectiveness studies directly comparing strategies, technics and specific technologies of revascularization in well-defined subgroups of patients.

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2020-10-07

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REVIEW ARTICLES