2016
Poster Session

The following papers have been presented in poster seesion at 1st Scientific Meeting of EUROTACLUB - 5th Wrocław Rotablation Meeting:

  1. Long term outcome after rotablation for bail-out in severely calcified coronary lesions. M. Ferenc, H.J. Buettner, M. Gick, F.J. Neumann.

  2. Factors associated with rotational atherectomy procedural failure in patients with calcified coronary arteries. J. Gorol, R. Reguła, K. Wilczek, M. Tajstra, J. Piegza, B. Hudzik, J. Szkodziński, M. Gierlotka, A. Lekston, M. Gąsior

  3. Clinical and angiographic characteristics and long-term outcomes in patients undergoing rotational atherectomy according to left ventricular systolic function.  J.  Gorol, K. Wilczek, M. Tajstra, B. Hudzik, J.  Piegza, R.  Reguła, M. Gierlotka, A.  Lekston, M. Gąsior

  4. In-hospital and long-term outcomes in patients with calcified lesions in coronary arteries undergoing atherectomy electively and after unsuccessful angioplasty. J.  Gorol, M. Tajstra, K. Wilczek, J. Piegza, R. Reguła, B. Hudzik, M. Gierlotka, A.  Lekston, M. Gąsior

  5. Long-term outcome in patients with severe left ventricular dysfunction undergoing rotational atherectomy. J. Palazuelos, P. Clares, C. Gutierrez, D. Marti, J.C. Lopez-Quero, M.J. Morales, S. Alvarez, I. Rada, M. Mendez

  6. Bivaluridin improves results during rotational atherectomy in unstable patients and complex PCI. J. Palazuelos, P. Clares, C. Gutierrez, A. Rueda, D. Martí, S. Álvarez, I. Rada, M. Méndez.

  7. Long-term outcomes of an octogenarian cohort whom underwent rotational atherectomy for complex PCI. J. Palazuelos, P. Clares, C. Gutierrez, J.C. Lopez-Quero, F. Gonçalves, D. Marti, S. Alvarez, I. Rada, M. Mendez

  8. Role and outcomes of rotational atherectomy in acute coronary syndromes. J. Palazuelos, P. Clares, C. Gutierrez, D. Marti, M.J.  Morales, A. Rueda, S.  Alvarez, I. Rada, M. Mendez

  9. Coronary Rotational Atherectomy During Trans-catheter Aortic Valve Implantation. Immediate and Long-term Results of a Consecutive Series. C. Zivelonghi, G. Pesarini, R. Scarsini, V. Ferrero,  C. Vassanelli, F. Ribichini

  10. Coronary rotational atherectomy – in-hospital results from single experienced center. S. Dobrzycki, K. Nowak, P.  Kralisz, K. Gugała, M. Południewski, P. Prokopczuk, K. Kochański, H. Bachórzewska-Gajewska

  11. Sex-dependent early outcomes in patients with severely calcified coronary lesions treated with rotational atherectomy. S. Dobrzycki, K. Nowak, P. Kralisz, K. Gugała, M. Południewski, P. Prokopczuk, K. Dobrzycki, K. Kochański

  12. Optimization of rotational atherectomy procedure: clinical outcomes according to burr size. P. Kübler, W. Zimoch, M. Kosowski, B. Tomasiewicz, P. Maciąga, A. Lubańska, A. Telichowski, K. Reczuch

  13. Outcomes and clinical predictors of mortality of patients treated with rotational atherectomy: a single center registry. P. Kübler, W. Zimoch, M. Kosowski,  B. Tomasiewicz, J. Kulczycki, M. Rogowski, A. Telichowski, K. Reczuch

  14. Long term outcomes of patients undergoing rotational atherectomy due to failed percutaneous coronary intervention depend on the reason of primary intervention failure. W.  Zimoch, M. Kosowski, P. Kübler, A. Telichowski, M. Johansson, B. Tomasiewicz, K. Reczuch.

  15. Severe calcifications in target lesions of patients with acute myocardial infarction undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention predict adverse cardiac events in long term follow-up. W. Zimoch, M. Kosowski, P. Kübler, B. Tomasiewicz, K. Reczuch

  16. Early and late clinical outcomes of patients with heavily calcified coronary artery lesions treated with coronary artery bypass grafting. M. Kosowski, W. Zimoch, P. Kübler, A. Kuc, B. Tomasiewicz, J. Kulczycki, M. Biela, J. Skiba, K. Reczuch.

  17. Predictors of severe coronary artery calcifications in patients undergoing coronary angiography due to myocardial infarction. W. Zimoch, M. Kosowski, P. Kübler, B. Tomasiewicz, K. Reczuch