BCIS ACI 23: My Worst Complication and What I Learned With Dr Andrew Vanezis

Published: 02 Feb 2023

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In this short video filmed at BCIS ACI 23, Dr Andrew Vanezis (Trent Cardiac Centre, Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham, UK) joins us to discuss a complicated angina case treated with drug-coated balloons. Dr Vanezis outlines the procedure of the case, and what he has learned in practice. Recorded on-site at BCIS ACI, London, 2023.

Patient Details: 

  • 65M, CCS III angina on 3 anti-anginals
  • CABG 2007:
  • LIMA to LAD
  • Jump radial artery to D1, OM1 and RPDA (double sequential)
  • Recent unstable angina admission Rx medically
  • HTN, Hyperlipidaemia, Gout
  • DSE = Inferior + some lateral wall inducible ischaemia


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