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Volume 11 - Number 1 - Year 2021


Differences between randomized clinical trials and pros...
Alfredo E Rodríguez

The different therapeutic results of pharmacological and/or interventional stress testing over certain clinical situations has been extensively described in the medical literature. Randomized clinical trials can homogenize populations compared using the large patient selection bias they should meet before being included in the study. In most cases, 10% of the population initially studied...


Understanding causes of death in trials of coronary art...
Lucas C Godoy y cols.

Despite recent evidence that managing coronary artery disease with an initial invasive strategy may not improve cardiovascular outcomes in the long term, selected groups of patients still benefit of a revascularization procedure along the course of their disease. Although coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery and percutaneous coronary intervention with stent (PCI) share the same inte...

Artículo de Revisión

Intersocietal Argentine Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Cons...
Miguel Amore y cols.

Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is a relatively common situation that affects women of reproductive age, negatively impacts quality of life, and is associated with high healthcare costs. Although there is not such thing as a universally accepted definition, the one most commonly used is: “cyclical or non-cyclical pelvic pain of more than 3 to 6 months of evolution intense enough to cause func...

Artículo Original

Study of the utility of lorazepam in the prevention of ...
Ramiro Acevedo y cols.

The use of the radial artery as the access route to perform diagnostic cardiac catheterization was initially described by Campeau back in 1989. Afterwards, in 1993, Kiemeneij and Laarman performed the first angioplasty with stenting using this access route. Since then, its use has gone up steadily for the performance of diagnostic or therapeutic coronary procedures. Its main advantage is a lo...

Caso Clínico

Acute aortic regurgitation, pericardial effusion, and ...
Carlos Fernández Pereira y cols.

Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) is now a standard procedure widely accepted for the management of patients with symptomatic severe aortic stenosis who are not eligible for surgery, with high or intermediate surgical risk or who refuse to undergo surgery. According to the Partner clinical trial, in women, the 2-year results are better compared to conventional surgery. Despite be...

Caso Clínico

Renal infarction
Natalia Mercado y cols.

It is estimated that thromboembolic aortic disease causes 5% of all peripheral arterial embolisms reported at abdominal portion level. Acute renal infarction as a complication of aortic debris is an entity rarely described in the routine clinical practice. Because of its low incidence rate, it is often misdiagnosed. It is more common among women during the 6th and 8th decades of their life.4 ...

Carta del Presidente

With a new challenge and hopes in 2021
Diego Grinfeld

As you all know, 2021 will still be jagged by another COVID-19 pandemic year. Although we wish nothing more than going back to normal, we should all be prepared for the fact that, for the time being, we won’t return to what we used to call the “old normal”. The challenge for the Argentinian College of Interventional Cardioangiologists (CACI) faces this year will be to g...

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