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A female in mid 60’s S/P Septal myectomy and membrane resection Developed post operative pericardial effusion
A Male in 60’s with Complex cardiac Disease. S/P Recent Cardiac Surgery. Now presents with moderate pericardial effusion.
A patient in early 70’s presented to the clinic with type A and B acute aortic dissection. Underwent emergency surgical intervention where TEVAR was placed from the arch to the mesenteric segment of the aorta. The dissection extends to the common iliac arteries. Post operative patient developed moderate pericardial effusion which was not amenable for […]
Presented at SIR 2019. This presentation highlight advantages of real-time image guidance of pericardial drainage. •Discuss indications, necessary equipment, and percutaneous pericardial drainage technique. •Propose a blueprint of procedural room assembly. •Showcase potential procedural complications.