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Antithrombotic post-operative treatment in recontructive arterial surgery

  • J. C. Baste
  • D. Midy

Abstract

Conserving permeability of the different procedures in reconstructive arterial surgery is the main aim of the vascular surgeon. Yet in spite of care taken during these different procedures, thromboendarteriectomy, venous graft and synthetic or biosynthetic prosthesis have a rate of failure which is certainly variable but which may irreversibly compromise the clinical result. For example, although permeability five years later of an aortobifemoral prosthesis is about 85% in the literature, the distal femoropopliteal synthetic prosthesis is only 12% after four years in the multicentric study reported by VEITH [26].

Keywords

Antithrombotic Treatment Peripheral Vascular Surgery Arterial Surgery European Stroke Prevention Study Synthetic Prosthesis 
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