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Sample Type / Medical Specialty: Surgery
Sample Name: Femoral Artery Cannulation & Aortogram

Description: Right common femoral artery cannulation, cnscious sedation using IV Versed and IV fentanyl, retrograde bilateral coronary angiography, abdominal aortogram with pelvic runoff, left external iliac angiogram with runoff to the patient's left foot, left external iliac angiogram with runoff to the patient's right leg, right common femoral artery angiogram runoff to the patient's right leg.
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PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: Angina with severe claudication, coronary artery disease, hypertension, dyslipidemia, heavy tobacco abuse, and PAD.

POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: Angina with severe claudication, coronary artery disease, hypertension, dyslipidemia, heavy tobacco abuse, and PAD. Significant coronary artery disease, very severe PAD.

PROCEDURES PERFORMED:
1. Right common femoral artery cannulation.
2. Conscious sedation using IV Versed and IV fentanyl.
3. Retrograde bilateral coronary angiography.
4. Abdominal aortogram with pelvic runoff.
5. Left external iliac angiogram with runoff to the patient's left foot.
6. Left external iliac angiogram with runoff to the patient's right leg.
7. Right common femoral artery angiogram runoff to the patient's right leg.

PROCEDURE IN DETAIL: The patient was taken to the cardiac catheterization laboratory after having a valid consent. He was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion.

After local infiltration with 2% Xylocaine, the right common femoral artery was entered percutaneously and a 4-French sheath was placed over the artery. The arterial sheath was flushed throughout the procedure.

Conscious sedation was obtained using IV Versed and IV fentanyl.

With the help of a Wholey wire, a 4-French 4-curve Judkins right coronary artery catheter was advanced into the ascending aorta. The wire was removed, the catheter was flushed. The catheter was engaged in the left main. Injections were performed at the left main in different views. The catheter was then exchanged for an RCA catheter, 4-French 4-curve which was advanced into the ascending aorta with the help of a J-wire. The wire was removed, the catheter was flushed. The catheter was engaged in the RCA. Injections were performed at the RCA in different views.

The catheter was then exchanged for a 5-French Omniflush catheter, which was advanced into the abdominal aorta with the help of a regular J-wire. The wire was removed. The catheter was flushed. Abdominal aortogram was then performed with runoff to the patient's pelvis.

The Omniflush catheter was then retracted into the aortic bifurcation. Through the Omniflush catheter, a Glidewire was then advanced distally into the left SFA. The Omniflush was then removed. Through the wire, a Royal Flush catheter was then advanced into the left external iliac. The wire was removed. Left external iliac angiogram was performed with runoff to the patient's left foot _______ was then performed. The catheter was then retracted into the left common iliac. Angiograms were performed of the left common iliac with runoff to the patient's left groin. The catheter was then positioned at the level of the right common iliac. Angiogram of the right common iliac with runoff to the patient's right leg was then performed. The catheter was then removed with the help of a J-wire. The J-wire was left in the abdominal aorta. Hand injection was performed of the right common femoral artery in 2 locations with runoff to the patient's right leg.

The wire was then removed. The arterial sheath was then removed after being flushed. Hemostasis was obtained using hand compression.

The patient tolerated the procedure well and had no complications. At the end of the procedure, palpable right common femoral pulses were noted as well as 1+ right PT pulse.
Hemodynamic Findings: Aortic pressure 140/70.

ANGIOGRAPHIC FINDINGS: Left main with calcification 25% to 40% lesion.

The left main is very short.

LAD with calcification 25% to 40% proximal lesion.

D1 has 25% lesion. No in-stent restenosis was noted in D1.

D2 and D3 are very small with luminal irregularities.

Circumflex artery was diseased throughout the vessel. The circumflex artery has an ostium of 60% to 75% lesion distally and the circumflex has a 75% lesion.

OM1 has 25% to 40% lesion. These OMs are small with luminal irregularities.

RCA has 25% to 50% lesion, distally, the RCA has luminal irregularities.

Left ventriculography was not done.

ABDOMINAL AORTOGRAM: Right renal artery with luminal irregularities. Left renal artery with luminal irregularities. The abdominal aorta has 25% lesion.

Right common iliac has a 25% to 50% lesion as well as a distal 75% lesion.

The right external iliac has a proximal 75% lesion.

The distal part of the right external iliac as well as the right common femoral appears to be occlusive by the 5-French sheath.

The right SFA was visualized, although not very well.

Left common iliac with 25% to 50% lesion. Left external iliac with 25% to 40% lesion. Left common femoral with 25% to 40% lesion. Left SFA with 25% lesion. Left popliteal with wall luminal irregularities.

Three-vessel runoff is noted at the level of the left knee and at the level of the left ankle.
Conclusions: Severe coronary artery disease. Very severe peripheral arterial disease.

PLAN: Because of the anatomic distribution of the coronary artery disease, for now we will continue medical treatment for CAD. We will proceed with revascularization of the right external iliac as well as right common femoral. Discontinue tobacco.

Keywords: surgery, aortogram, femoral artery cannulation, cardiac catheterization, angiographic, abdominal aortogram, external iliac angiogram, coronary artery disease, common femoral artery, common femoral, external iliac, femoral artery, femoral, wire, runoff, iliac, catheterization, artery, abdominal, coronary, angiogram,
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