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STENT by Mind Map: STENT

1. Ailment

1.1. ST elevation MI (2019, Raber, L., et al., DES vs BMS)

1.2. Ductus Arteriosus (2019,Aggarwal, V., et al., DES vs BMS)

1.3. Femoropopliteal Occlusion (2019, Lin TC et al, DES vs BMS )

1.4. Severe Kidney Dysfunction (2019, Edfors, R., et al., DES vs BMS)

1.5. Pulmonary vein stenosis (2019, Khan, A. A.M. Qureshi, and H. Justino, DES vs BMS)

1.6. Vertebral artery stenosis (2019, Maciejewski, D.R., et al, DES vs BMS)

1.7. Atherosclerotic gastrointestinal ischemia (2019, van Dijk, L.J.D., et al, covered stents vs BMS)

1.8. Choledocholithiasis (2019,Huang, C., et al. dissolution by drug-eluting metal stent)

1.9. Renal artery stenosis (2019,Jundt, M.C., et al, restenosis after DES)

1.10. Effect of drug-eluting ureteric stent on ureteral stone

2. Comparisons

2.1. restenosis and reintervenion covered vs BMS (2019, Ammi. M et al)

2.2. three different size DES effect in women undergoing PCI (2019, Camaj, A., et al)

2.3. Coronary ISR treated by balloon angioplasty vs DES (2019, Giacoppo, D., et al.)

2.4. Outcomes of absorb BVS vs second-generation DES (2019, Goel, S., et al.,)

2.5. Coronary Artery Aneurysm 1st vs 2nd gen. DES (2019, Hong, S.J., et al.,)

2.6. BMS vs covered stents for ureteral obstruction due to stones

3. Analysis

3.1. safety of DES and BMS in patients taking anticoagulants (2019, Limeres J. et al)

3.2. ultrathin strut BMS with passive coating effecting efficacy in large coronary arteries (2019, Hansen, K.W., et al)

3.3. Effect of stent diameter in women undergoing PCI (2019, Camaj, A., et al)

3.4. Wide-Angle Coronary Bifurcation Stenotic Lesions Treated With One DES and Sequential Balloon Technique (2019, Chen, Y.C., et al.,)

3.5. Provisional Stenting Using the Zilver PTX DES After Drug-Coated Balloon Angioplasty (2019, Fanelli, F., et al)

3.6. Coronary Artery Aneurysm (CAA) after first and second-Generation DES Implantation (2019, Hong, S.J., et al.,)

3.7. Drug-eluting fully covered self-expanding metal stent for dissolution of bile duct stones in vitro (2019, Huang, C., et al.)

3.8. Impact of strut thickness and number of crown and connectors on clinical outcomes on patients treated with second-generation DES (2019, Iannaccone, M., et al)

3.9. Impact of late stent malapposition (LSM) after DES implantation on long-term clinical outcomes (2019, Im, E., et al.)