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Chinese Journal of Cerebrovascular Diseases ; (12): 644-647, 2017.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-663245


Objective To evaluate the application value of Smart Mask technology guiding micro-catheter in place for intracranial aneurysm embolization in endovascular interventional treatment. Methods The DSA data of 61 consecutive patients with unruptured intracranial aneurysm in the Department Neurosurgery,Changhai Hospital,the Second Military Medical University from August 5 to December 20,2016 were collected retrospectively. The conditions of the guildewire catheter reaching the aneurysms and the coil embolization in the Smart Mask technology group (n = 31)and conventional road map group (n = 30)were compared. The observation indexes included the differences in contrast agent dosage,exposure time,and operation time. Results The contrast agent dosage of the Smart Mask technology group and road map technology group were 192 ± 37 and 215 ± 40 ml respectively,the X-ray illumination quantity were 5913 ±1682 and 6975 ±2036 mGy respectively,and the operation time were 2. 62 ± 0. 29 h and 2. 94 ± 0. 35 h respectively. The differences were statistically significant (all P < 0. 05 ). Conclusion Using Smart Mask technology to assist endovascular embolization of intracranial aneurysms can effectively shorten the operation time,reduce the amount of X-ray radiation and contrast agent,and reduce the risk of operation.

Journal of Interventional Radiology ; (12): 763-766, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-481175


Objective To investigate the relationship between body mass index (BMI) and dose area product (DAP) as well as fluoroscopy time during coronary angiography (CAG) in Han nationality subjects in order to improve early judging and reducing high radiation risk. Methods CAG materials of 451 Han nationality subjects were retrospectively analyzed. The patients included 276 males (age 32-87 years) and 175 females (age 42-84 years), and the BMI values ranged from 17.30 to 35.42 kg/m2. According to BMI values, the patients were divided into group A(BMI30 kg/m2,n=30). The mean DAP and fluoroscopy time of each group were calculated; the DAP values were compared between each other among the four groups by using nonparametric Kruskal-Wallis test, while the fluoroscopy time was compared between each other among the four groups by using single factor analysis of variance or LSD-t test. Results The mean DAP of group A, B, C and D was(1 070.07±541.33) μGym2,(1 326.82±606.91) μGym2,(1 937.99±1 030.31) μGym2 and (2 654.53±1 296.69) μGym2 respectively. The mean fluoroscopy time of group A, B, C and D was (3.53± 2.08) min, (2.70 ±1.80) min, (2.75 ±1.88) min and (2.71 ±1.69) min respectively. Statistically significant difference in DAP values existed between each other among the four groups (P0.05). Conclusion The DAP values of adult Han subjects receiving CAG are increased with the increase of BMI values; the fluoroscopy time is significantly prolonged in patients with BMI<20 kg/m2. In performing interventional procedure, the operator should not only understand that the increase of BMI can cause the increase of DAP, but also need to pay special attention to the increase of DAP value caused by operation difficulty when the patient’s BMI is <20 kg/m2.