Abstract 17694: Angiographic and Clinical Outcomes in Infrapopliteal InterventioniIn Chronic Renal Impairment
Background: Chronic renal impairment (CRI) is well known risk factor in patients (pts) with coronary artery disease; however impact of CRI in pts with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is not well defined. We evulate effect of CRI on procedural & clinical outcomes in below the knee (BTK) intervention.
Methods: A total 82 consecutive patients with 147 BTK lesions. Study population were divided into 2 groups according to renal funtion.CRI was defined as serum creatinine more than 1.5 mg/dl.
Results: Baseline characteristics were similar between 2 groups. Lesions data were also similar except that CRI group had more calcific lesions. Pre procedure diameter stenosis (DS) was more in normal group, while Post procedure (DS) was more in CRI .Post procedure diameter stenosis (DS) was more in CRI. Post procedural ischemic complications and one year clinical follow up were not different; except for wound debridement was more in CRI group. (Table 1)
Conclusions: In our study, CRI was not associated with worse angiographic and clinical outcome than pts with normal renal function.
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