CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical)

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CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical)

  1. 1. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name Assessment of outcomes for percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for peripheral M-01 10083 artery disease in the lower extremities Shiga Medical Center for Adults, Shiga, Japan Yuetsu Kikuta Department of Cardiology,Saiseikai Saijo M-02 10126 Initial results of peripheral intervention in our hospital Hospital Shozo Sueda Clinical results of percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) for peripheral artery Kawasaki Social Insulance Hospital, Kawasaki, M-03 10134 disease in the lower extremities Japan Tomohiko Orita Comparison of hemodynamic and clinical outcomes between plain old balloo angioplasty and cutting balloon Section of Cardiology, Buddhist Xindian Tzu Chi Session:PTA M-04 50024 angioplasty in severe diabetic critical limb ischemia General Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan Hsuan-LI Huang Chronic mesenteric ischemia patient successfully treated by percutaneous transluminal M-05 10129 angioplasty urasoe general hospital Akira Kakazu Cardiovascular Division, National Hospita Stenting with an Easy Wallstent in a patient with acute superior mesenteric artery Organization, Toyohashi Medical Center, Chairs: M-06 10141 occlusion. Toyohashi, Japan Ko Nakamura Yasumi Igarashi Effect of two different neuroprotection systems on microembolization during carotid Clinical and Interventional Angiology, University Sep. 26 (Sapporo City General Hospital) M-07 50017 artery stenting of Leipzig - Heartcenter, Leipzig, Germany Andrej Schmidt A 15:00-16:30 Kee-Sik Kim Department of Cardiac Surgery, Tor Vergata (Dong-San Hospital) M-08 50033 Sequential hybrid carotid and coronary artery revascularization University of Rome, Policlinico Tor Vergata, Francesco Versaci Short- & long-term results of percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for dysfunctional Depertment of Cardiology, Niigata City General M-09 10082* hemodialysis shunts Hospital, Niigata Japan Takeshi Kashimura *Exemplary Works
  2. 2. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name Department of cardiology, Osaka Saiseikai Noe M-10 10012 Clinical and angiographical results of Cypher stent: Comparison with Bx VelocityTM TM Hospital, Osaka, Japan Masashi Nakagawa Department of Cardiology,Shizuoka General M-11 10024 3-6 month angiographic follow-up of Sirolimus-eluting stents (Cypher) Hospital Hiromichi Tamekiyo M-12 10075 Initial clinical outcomes for the Cypher drug-eluting stent Himeji brain and heart center Takafumi Akagami Japanese Red Cross Nagoya 1st. Session:DES① M-13 10118 Early and mid-term outcomes of SES implantation and restenosis cases in our hospital Hospital,Nagoya,Japan Tetsutaro Kito Predictors of proximal-edge restenosis with the Sirolimus-eluting stent in proximal LAD The Department of Internal Cardiology, M-14 10009 lesions -IVUS analysis- University of Tokyo Hospital , Tokyo, Japan Masashiro Matsushita The Sirolimus-eluting stent for the treatment of in-stent restenosis: a comparison with Cardiology department, Handong University Chairs: M-15 50023 cutting balloon angioplasty Sunlin hospital, Pohang, Korea Yong Suk Jeong Damras Tresukosol Department of Cardiology, Ome Municipal Sep. 26 (Mehidol University) M-16 10113 Safety of the Cypher stent when used with ticlopidine General hospital, Tokyo, Japan Shigeo Shimizu B 15:00-16:30 Yoshito Yamamoto Incidence and time-course of the adverse effects of ticlopidine after PCI - from the Division of Cardiology, Teikyo University, School (Teikyo University Hospital) M-17 10006 BMS era to the DES era - of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Yutaka Kawamura The First Department of Internal Medicine The sirolimus-eluting stent should be implanted after a two month course of ticlopidine National Defense Medical College, Saitama, M-18 10117 hydrochloride Japan Ryuichi Kato Is cilostazol safe for the prevention of sub-acute thrombosis (SAT), when ticlopidine The Department of Cardiology, Rakuwakai M-19 10136 has to be discontinued after DES implantation? Otowa Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Katsuhiko Sarazawa Department of Cardiology, Northern Hospital, M-20 50028 Cilostazol improves long-term outcomes after coronary stent implantation Shenyang, China Yaling Han Angioscopic observation into whether neo-intimal formation occurs 3-months after M-21 10061 Cypher placement. Ehime prefectual Imabari Hospital Jiro Komatsu Cardiovascular department, Keimyung University Dongsan Medical Center, Daegu, M-22 50011* Do we need more large-sized drug-eluting stents? Korea Chang-Wook Nam Coronary risk factors are likely to be higher in patients presenting less initial stenosis M-23 50035* reduction after DES implantation Siriraj Hospital Damras Tresukosol *Exemplary Works
  3. 3. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name The Department of Cardiology, Himeji M-24 10130 Sub-acute thrombosis after the crush-stenting technique with Cypher stents Cardiovascular Center, Hyogo, Japan Michihiko Inoue The Division of Cardiology, Himeji M-25 10144 Initial clinical outcomes with the Driver stent in ACS Cardiovascular Center, Hyougo, Japan Naoki Murai Department of Cardiology, Yokkaichi Municipal M-26 10040 Short-term outcomes for Sirolimus-eluting stents for PCI in AMI Hospital, Yokkaichi, Japan Shinichi Sakai Department of cardiology, Osaka Saiseikai Noe Session:ACS/AMI① M-27 10038 Clinical results for the Cypher stent in patients with AMI Hospital, Osaka, Japan Junji Okuda Cardiovascular department, Keimyung M-28 50001 Is drug-eluting stent implantation in primary PCI safe or not? University Dongsan Medical Center Chang-Wook Nam Triple anti-platelet therapy with cilostazol plus ticlopidine plus aspirin for primary Division of Cardiology, St.Mary's Hospital, Chairs: M-29 10124 coronary stenting in AMI Kurume, Japan Shin Akagawa Ik-Kyung Jang (Massachusetts General Hospital, Pre-treatment with a high loading-dose of clopidogrel before coronary stenting Department of Cardiology, Northern Hospital, Sep. 26 Harvard Medical School) M-30 50032* improves short-term outcomes in ACS patients Shenyang, China Yaling Han C 15:00-16:30 Mikihiro Kijima (Hoshi Sogo Hospital) *Exemplary Works
  4. 4. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name Effects of drug-eluting stents used in combination with bare metal stents for treating Department of Cardiology, Northern Hospital, M-31 50029 multivessel disease Shenyang, China Yaling Han Department of Dardiology,Sekishinkai Kawasaki M-32 10020 Early experience and initial results with Sirolimus-eluting stents (Cypher) Saiwai Hospital Tadashi Kikuchi Acute and mid-term clinical and angiographic outcomes between sirolimus and Second Section of Cardiology, Department of M-33 50027 paclitaxel stents--- the Taiwan Experience Medicine, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital I-Chang Hsieh Division of intervensiona Case of PCI treatment strategy for a diffuse RCA lesion decided from Virtual Cardiology,Cardiovascular Center,Toho Session:Complex PCI M-34 10112 HistologyTM IVUS. University Omori Hospital,Tokyo,Japan Hideo Amano Early and mid-term experience with the multiple overlapping sirolimus-eluting stents Kawasaki Social Insulance Hospital, Kawasaki, M-35 10133 (SES) for diffuse lesions Japan Tomohiko Orita Nothing is as effective as stenting and ballooning for managing a compromised side- Department of cardiology, PLA General Chairs: M-36 50010 branch Hospital, Beijing, China Luyue Gai Junbo Ge (Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan Cardiovascular Department, China PLA General Sep. 26 University) M-37 50009 Effect of DES for PCI in distal left-main lesions Hospital, Beijing, China Luyue Gai D 15:00-16:30 Kazuo Misumi Early outcomes after sirolimus-eluting stent implantation in patients with small artery Cardiovascular Disease Center, Tokyo (Chiba-Nishi General Hospital) M-38 10093 disease Metropolitan Police Hospital Syuya Nitta Department of Cardiology, Osaka Medica Center for Cancer and Cardiovascular Diseases, M-39 10072 Efficacy of Sirolimus-eluting stents in small coronary arteries Osaka, Japan Masahiro Izumi The Department of Cardiology, Hiroshima City M-40 10091 Sirolimus-eluting versus thin strut bare metal stents for small vessel disease Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Takaki Hata Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) with TORNUS in a patient with a severely Division of Cardiology, Suwa Red Cross M-41 10128 calcified coronary lesion Hospital, Suwa, Nagano, Japan Hikaru Kimura Clinical experience of Sirolimus-eluting stent without lesion-debulking in hemodialysis Cardiology Department, Iwatsuki-minami M-42 10037 patients Hospital, Saitama, Japan Yutaka Koyama Cardiovascular Department, China PLA General M-43 50008* Effects of drug-eluting stent implantation on the fate of the side-branch Hospital, Beijing, China Luyue Gai *Exemplary Works
  5. 5. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name Head of Judge:Yoshito Yamamoto Pre-treatment with a high loading-dose of clopidogrel before coronary stenting Department of Cardiology, Northern Hospital, (Teikyo University Hospital) MD-01 50032* improves short-term outcomes in ACS patients Shenyang, China Yaling Han Cardiovascular department, Keimyung Judges:Kee-Sik Kim University Dongsan Medical Center, Daegu, (Dong-San Hospital) MD-02 50011* Do we need more large-sized drug-eluting stents? Korea Chang-Wook Nam Digital Kazuo Misumi Cardiovascular Department, China PLA General Poster Sep. 26 (Chiba-Nishi General Hospital) MD-03 50008* Effects of drug-eluting stent implantation on the fate of the side-branch Hospital, Beijing, China Luyue Gai Sessio 16:30-18:00 n Coronary risk factors are likely to be higher in patients presenting less initial stenosis Chairs: MD-04 50035* reduction after DES implantation Siriraj Hospital Damras Tresukosol Ik-Kyung Jang (Massachusetts General Hospital, Short- & long-term results of percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for dysfunctional Depertment of Cardiology, Niigata City General Harvard Medical School) MD-05 10082* hemodialysis shunts Hospital, Niigata Japan Takeshi Kashimura Shinsuke Nanto (Kansai Rosai Hospital) *Exemplary Works
  6. 6. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name Early experience and initial results for unprotected left-main coronary artery Department of Cardiology,Sekishinkai M-44 10019 revascularization with Sirolimus-eluting stents (Cypher) Kawasaki Saiwai Hospital Tadashi Kikuchi Department of Cardiology, Northern Hospital, M-45 50031 Usefulness of paclitaxel-eluting stents in the unprotected left-main Shenyang, China Yaling Han Department of Cardiology,Kameda M-46 10018 Usefulness of the guidewire as a landmark for identifying CTOs in the LMT Medical,Center,Chiba,Japan Shunichi Sato The Department of Cardiology, Yokohama Session:CTO/LMT M-47 10050 DES for chronic total occlusions in LMT ostial lesions Minami kyousai Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Hiroyuki Fujii Analysis of long term follow-up after Palmaz-Schatz stenting (CTOs vs. non- Osaka medical center for cancer and M-48 10100 CTOs) cardiovasucular diseases Masumi Shimizu Heart Center, Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital, Chairs: M-49 10125 Reduced restenosis rate with DES compared to BMS in PCI for CTOs Kyoto, Japan Ichiro Hamanaka Ichiro Hamanaka (Heart Center, Rakuwakai Otowa Cardiovascular department, Keimyung Sep. 27 Hospital) M-50 50002 Late clinical outcomes for PCI in CTOs University Dongsan Medical Center Chang-Wook Nam A 15:00-16:30 Won-Heum Shim Department of Cardiology, Soonchunhyang (Severance Hospital, Yonsei Acute results and one-year clinical outcomes after drug-eluting stenting for university Bucheon hospital, Bucheon, South University Hospital) M-51 50013 CTOs Korea Nae-Hee Lee Department of Cardiology, Northern Hospital, M-52 50030 Usefulness of sirolimus-eluting stents for treating CTOs Shenyang, China Yaling Han Department of Cardiology, Soonchunhyang university Bucheon hospital, Bucheon, South M-53 50012 Angiographic and clinical outcomes for PCI in chronic total occlusions Korea Nae-Hee Lee Two cases of chronic total occlusion evaluated by multislice computed M-54 10119 tomography Tokorozawa Heart Clinic, Saitama, Japan Satoru Yoneyama Clinical efficacy of 16-slice computed tomography in CTOs: Impact on the Division of Cardiology, Teikyo University, M-55 10054 crossability of the CTO lesion. School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Naoyuki Yokoyama Diagnostic accuracy with 16-row multi-detector computed tomography coronary Department of cardiology, Tsurumi Nisiguchi M-56 10087 angiography (16-MDCT-CA) in hemodialysis (HD) patients Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Masumi Taniguchi Initial clinical experience with an IVUS-guided transmembrane puncture device Clinical and Interventional Angiology, University M-57 50018* to facilitate recanalization of total femoral artery occlusions of Leipzig - Heartcenter, Leipzig, Germany Andrej Schmidt *Exemplary Works
  7. 7. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name Left-subclavian arterial dissection caused by a guiding catheter tip - A case The Department of Cardiology, Shin-nittetsu M-58 10011 report- Muroran General Hospital, Muroran, Japan Atsushi Doi "Z"-shaped wire distorted by two stents but recovered by the "Tornus catheter" Divison of Cardiology,Hokuto Cardiovascular M-59 10033 . Hospital,Hokkaido,Japan Hiroshi Okumura Coronary Dissection and Intramural Hematoma due to pin-hole balloon rupture Department of Cardiology, Saitama Medical M-60 10139 during stent placement Center, Saitama Medical School Tetsuo Kamiyama Coil embolization case of coronary artery aneurysm complicated by coronary Session: M-61 10135 artery stenosis after stent implantation Devision of Cardiology, Shinbeppu Hospital Hidenori Tanaka Mechanical distortion of the right coronary artery by cardiac contraction may Caidiovascular Division, Ageo Central General Case Presentations/Hemostasis M-62 10067 cause coronary artery stenosis and stent fracture Hospital, Ageo, Japan Hirohide Uchiyama The Department of Cardiology,Hiroshima Chairs: M-63 10022 Non-occlusive silent stent thrombosis four weeks after DES delivery Prefectural hospital,Hiroshima,Japan Sumie Yamasaki Nobuyuki Komiyama Department of Cardiology, Kyoto Second Red Sep. 27 (Saitama Medical School) M-64 10116 Sub-acute limb ischemia associated with hemostasis using Angioseal Cross Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Yumi Otsuki B 15:00-16:30 Natsuki Nakamura Successful removal of the tip of a Wallstent delivery system left in the popliteral The Department of Cardiology, Kyoto Second (Shinbeppu Hospital) M-65 10123 artery 4 years earlier Redcross Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Akiko Matsuo 3 cases of fluminant myocarditis with PCPS successfully removed without IABP The Department of Cardiology,Tottori M-66 10007 in the acute phase Prefectural central Hospital,Tottori,Japan Hiroshi Nasu Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Omura M-67 10044 Coronary artery bypass-grafting in patients with pulmonary aspergillosis Municipal Hospital, Cardiovascular Center Hideki Teshima Intensive and cardiac care unit, The first Safety and efficacy of angio-seal for the removal of intra-aortic balloon pumps - department of medicine, Nippon medical M-68 10099* a pilot study- school, Tokyo, Japan Koji Kato IVUS-identified pitfalls of crushed Cypher stenting; 3 cases from the Rinku Rinku General Medical Center, Izumisano City M-69 10143* experience. Hospital, Izumisano, Japan Makoto Satou *Exemplary Works
  8. 8. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name M-70 10132 Initial results of Cypher implantation for "true" bifurcations lesions Kawasaki Social Insurance Hospital Keisuke Hirano Occurrence of procedural-related complications depends on the timing of Cardiology Department, Iwatsuki-minami M-71 10064 ballooning at the side-branch in bifurcation lesions Hospital, Saitama, Japan Takeshi Yamakawa Kissing balloon technique after stenting in LAD/diagonal bifurcation lesions: M-72 10015 Comparison with Stenting Alone Matsue Red Cross Hospital, Matsue, Japan Kenji Goto Early and mid-term outcomes for PCI using drug-eluting stents in bifurcation Department of Cardiology, Yokkaichi Municipal Session:Bifurcation/Ostial Lesion M-73 10045 lesions Hospital, Mie, Japan Yasuhiro Uchida M-74 10065 Safety and efficacy of Cypher for coronary bifurcation lesions Shiga Medical Center for Adults, Shiga, Japan Rei Fukuhra Exaggeration of neo-intimal hyperplasia following bare metal stenting in type B Cardiovascular Center, Sakakibara Hospital, Chairs: M-75 10098 bifurcation lesions- a serial volumetric IVUS study - Okayama, Japan Atsushi Hirohata Run-Lin Gao Cardiovascular Internal Medicine, Wakamatsu Sep. 27 C 15:00-16:30 (Fu Wai Hospital) M-76 10090 Investigation into the Y-Stent Technique with the Cypher Stent Intervention Clinic, AizuWakamatsu, Japan Wataru Abe Satoshi Ichimiya Rinku General Medical Center, Izumisano City (Yokkaichi Municipal Hospital) M-77 10138 The Rinku experience with crushed Cypher stents Hospital, Izumisano, Japan Hiroaki Haruta Treatment of bifurcation lesions using the "crush-stenting" technique: a Cardiology Department, Fu Wai Hospital & M-78 50022 comparison of the transfemoral and transradial approaches Cardiovascular Institute, Beijing, China Yuejin Yang The Division of Cardiology,Yokohama Rousai M-79 10089 DES for ostial LAD lesions Hospital,Kanagawa,Japan Hajime Aoki Impact of plaque debulking before Cypher stent implantation in LAD ostial Division of Cardiology Department, Miki City M-80 10103 CTOs Hospital Shinobu Ichikawa The Department of Medicine and Biologica Use of directional coronary atherectomy in the DES era; anecdotal data from a Science, Gunma University Graduate School of M-81 10108 single center. Medicine, Maebashi, Japan Masahiko Suguta The DK Crush technique improves clinical outcomes in patients with bifurcation Cardiological Division, Nanjing First Hospital of M-82 50036* lesions Nanjing Medical University,Nanjing, China Chen Shaoliang *Exemplary Works
  9. 9. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name The First Department of Internal Medicine National Defense Medical College, Saitama, M-83 10070 Sonodynamic therapy inhibits neo-intimal hyperplasia after stenting Japan Tokurou Ishigami The Department of Cardiology, Matsue Red M-84 10016 Clinical characteristics of patients with late In-stent restenosis Cross Hospital Akinori Sairaku Cardiovascular Department of Medicine, Axial redistribution of atherosclerotic plaque into reference segments after PCI Kameda Medical Center and Tokyo Medical M-85 50005 and changes in lumen volume - a prospective ultrasound study and Dental University Magdy IA Algowhary Session: IHD/Miscellaneous/Arrhythmia M-86 10010 Effective DCA debulking in our hospital Yokohama Asahi General Hospital, Masato Shinozaki Factors preventing restenosis after super-aggressive debulking with directional Yokohama Asahi General M-87 10029 coronary atherectomy (DCA) Hospital,Kanagawa,Japan Takanori Miyauchi Cardiovascular Division, Kangnam Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University Medical Chairs: M-88 50004 Effect of intracoronary nicorandil on coronary myocardial bridging Center Jae-Hun Jung Ichiro Michishita Sleep-disordered breathing is the major coronary risk factor in post- Department of Cardiology, Uwajima Social Sep. 27 D 15:00-16:30 (Yokohama Sakae Kyosai Hospital) M-89 10104 menopausal women Insurance Hospital, Uwajima, Japan Osamu Sasaki Kyoko Soejima Department of Cardiology, Yokohama Sakae (Keio University, School of Medicine) M-90 10003 3F catheters for diagnostic coronary angiography Kyosai Hospital Tsuyoshi Nozue Internal medicine, Yokohama Sakae Kyosai M-91 10005 The usefulness of a novel 7.5F sheathless guide-catheter Hospital, Yokohama, Japan Taku Iwaki Synergistic effects of biventricular pacing and Bachmann pacing on heart failureDivision of Cardiology, Department of Internal M-92 10140 with atrial arrhythmias Medicine, National Mie Central Medical Center Chikaya Omichi The right atrial isthmus appears to show electrical longitudinal dissociation in Caidiovascular Division, Ageo Central General M-93 10068 patients with atrial flutter Hospital, Ageo, Japan Hirohide Uchiyama The Second Department of Internal Medicine Dual assessment of coronary artery stenosis and myocardial ischemia in Ehime University School of Medicine, Toon, M-94 10078* adenosine triphosphate stress MSCT Ehime, Japan Akira Kurata *Exemplary Works
  10. 10. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name Head of Judge:Shin-ichi Tohyama (Kanagawa Cardiovascular and The DK Crush technique improves clinical outcomes in patients with bifurcation Cardiological Division, Nanjing First Hospital of Respiratory Center) MD-06 50036* lesions Nanjing Medical University,Nanjing, China Chen Shaoliang Judges:Ichiro Michishita IVUS-identified pitfalls of crushed Cypher stenting; 3 cases from the Rinku Rinku General Medical Center, Izumisano City (Yokohama Sakae Kyosai Hospital) MD-07 10143* experience. Hospital, Izumisano, Japan Makoto Satou Won-Heum Shim The Second Department of Internal Medicine, Digital (Severance Hospital, Yonsei Dual assessment of coronary artery stenosis and myocardial ischemia in Ehime University School of Medicine, Toon, Poster Sep. 27 University Hospital) MD-08 10078* adenosine triphosphate stress MSCT Ehime, Japan Akira Kurata Sessio 16:30-18:00 Intensive and cardiac care unit, The first n Safety and efficacy of angio-seal for the removal of intra-aortic balloon pumps - department of medicine, Nippon medical Chairs: MD-09 10099* a pilot study- school, Tokyo, Japan Koji Kato Run-Lin Gao Initial clinical experience with an IVUS-guided transmembrane puncture device Clinical and Interventional Angiology, University (Fu Wai Hospital) MD-10 50018* to facilitate recanalization of total femoral artery occlusions of Leipzig - Heartcenter, Leipzig, Germany Andrej Schmidt Satoshi Ichimiya (Yokkaichi Municipal Hospital) *Exemplary Works
  11. 11. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name Angiographic follow-up after rapamycin- and paclitaxel-stent implantation in coronary artery M-95 50007 disease Fuxing Road 28#, Beijing, China Hongbin Liu M-96 10039 Two hemodialysis patients who restenosed after Cypher implantation The Cardiovascular Institute Osamu Shiraiwa Fukuyama Cardiovascular Hospital, M-97 10056 IVUS assessment of lesions with Sirolimus-eluting stent deployment failure (Japanese) Hiroshima, Japan Hideo Takebayashi Impact of peri-stent plaque burden on neo-intimal hyperplasia after Sirolimus-eluting stent Cardiovascular Reserch Foundation, Session: DES② M-98 10028 implantation New York, NY Hideo Takebayashi M-99 10131 Evaluating coronary angioscopic findings before and after drug-eluting stenting with Cypher Kawasaki Social Insurance Hospital Keisuke Hirano Cardiovascular Division of Kansai Chairs: M-100 10079 Intimal covering over stents: bare metal versus drug-eluting stents Rosai Hospital Masaki Awata Jun-ichi Kotani Cardiovascular center, Hoshi general Sep. 28 (Kansai Rosai Hospital) M-101 10097 Stent-in-stent for acute or sub-acute thrombosis after coronary stenting: 5 case reports hospital Yuichi Ujiie A 15:00-16:30 Tuan Quang Nguyen (Vietnam Heart Institute, Bach The Division of Cardiology, Yokohama Mai Hospital) M-102 10096 Efficacy of drug-eluting stents for in-stent restenosis Rosai Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Atsushi Sakamoto Department of Cardiology, Osaka Medical Center for Cancer and M-103 10058 Treatment of in-stent restenosis with the sirolimus-eluting stent: acute and mid-term results Cardiovascular Diseases, Osaka, Toshiyuki Minami Division of cardiology, Mitsui M-104 10086 Non-invasive assessment of left-main coronary stenting with 64-slice computed tomography Memoraial Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yoshinobu Onuma Department of Internal Medicine, Minoh City hospital, Minoh, Osaka, M-105 10034 Evaluation of coronary artery stenting detected by multi-slice CT angiography Japan Ritsu Tamura Neo-intimal coverage following drug-eluting stent implantation under current anti-platelet therapy:Cardiovascular division , Knasai Rosai M-106 10053* An angioscope evaluation study Hospital, Amagasaki, Japan Jun-ichi Kotani *Exemplary Works
  12. 12. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name The second Department of Internal Usefulness of a Spout for Thrombolitic Agents and Crush revascularization (STAC) Therapy for Medicine, Tokyo medical University, M-107 10017 large thrombi Tokyo, Japan Jun Yamashita DEPARTMENT OF CARDIOLOGY, The early invasive approach in STEMI after thrombolysis with streptokinase does not result in INSTITUTE OF CARDIOVASCULAR M-108 50037 adverse outcomes at 6 months follow-up SCIENCES AT IPGME&R AND Prasad Dhurjati Sinha Division of Cardiology, Hamamatu M-109 10041 Six-month results for PCI with the PercuSurge GuardWire Device in AMI medical center, Hamamatu, Japan Ken Harada Session:ACS/AMI② M-110 10121 Investigation of aspirated material obtained by thrombectomy in PCI okazaki city hospital ken miki Efficacy of coronary angioplasty for the management of acute coronary syndrome in elderly Department of Cardiology, Okayama M-111 10021 patients: initial and long-term outcomes. Red Cross General Hospital Tetsuya Sato Cardiology department, Handong University Sunlin hospital, Pohang, Chairs: M-112 50006 Primary transradial PCI in patients with AMI; safety and feasibility. Korea p Yong Suk Jeong Koji Oku Medicine, National Hospital (National Hospital Organization Organization Nagasaki Medical Sep. 28 Nagasaki Medical Center) M-113 10031 Acute and long-term results with the FLEXI-CUT (DCA) in AMI Center, Ohmura, Japan Koji Oku B 15:00-16:30 Eak-Kyun Shin (Gachon Medical College, Gil Matubaratokushukai Hospital, Medical Center) M-114 10109 Examination of initial and long-term result for DCA for AMI Oosaka, Japan Kenji Kawajiri Department of Cardiology ,Yokkaichi M-115 10051 Acute hyperglycemia after acute myocardial infarction may affect infarct size Municipal Hospital,Yokkaichi,Japan Taiki Ohashi Department of Internal Medicine and Bioregulaion, Nagoya City Universuty M-116 10122 Plasma levels of MCP-1 after PCI for predicting restenosis in ACS Graduate School of Medical Sciences Tatsuya Fukutomi Yokohama City University School of Medicine Cardiovascular M-117 10048* Multiple complex coronary plaques and coronary plaque progression in patients with AMI Center,Yokohama, Japan Hiroyuki Ozaki Cardiovascular Section, Pusan National University Hospital, Busan, M-118 50016* Significance of brain natriuretic peptide in right ventricular infarctions South Korea Hyeon Gook Lee *Exemplary Works
  13. 13. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name First Department of Internal Medicine, M-119 10145 Assessing coronary perforation during PCI Nippon Medical School Akihiro Shirakabe Department of Cardiology, Heart Center, Rinku General Medical M-120 10127 The Japanese Perforation and IVUS Registry in Stenting Center, Izumisano, Osaka, Japan Yuhei Nojima The Department of Cardiology, Kasugai Municipal Hospital, Kasugai, M-121 10074 Fenestration with cutting balloon and stenting for treating intramural hematoma Aichi Japan Akihiro Terasawa Rinku General Medical Center, Session: M-122 10142 the Rinku experience of acute and sub-acute thrombosis with Cypher Izumisano city, Japan Keita Yamasaki Department of Cardiovascular Complication and it's Medicine, Hokkaido University management M-123 10032 New method for detecting sub-clinical distal embolism during PCI Graduate School of Medicine, Kazushi Urasawa Cardiovascular Center,Sakakibara Chairs: M-124 10002 Nicorandil reduces the incidence of minor cardiac-marker elevation after coronary stenting Hospital,Okayama,Japan Masaaki Murakami Samuel K. Mathew Incidence and clinical outcomes of cholesterol embolization syndrome, a complication of cardiac Internal Medicine, Kawakita General Sep. 28 C 15:00-16:30 (Apollo Hospitals) M-125 10047 catheterization Hospital Tatsuo Iwashita Shinji Miki Department of Cardiology, Kansai (Mitsubishi Kyoto Hospital) M-126 10069 Statins have diverse effects in coronary intervention. Rosai Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Fusako Oshima Use of statins prior to PCI with drug-eluting stenting reduces myonecrosis and improves clinical Division of Cardiology, Cheng-Hsin M-127 50034 outcomes General Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan Hsu-Lung Jen Cardiology of Heart Center, Izumisano City Hospital Rinku M-128 10111 Usefulness of IVUS guided minimum contrast PCI using SES for patients with renal dysfunction General Medical Center, Osaka, Masaaki Okutsu Department of Cardiology,Matsue M-129 10059 Acetylcysteine vs. hemofiltration for preventing contrast agent nephrotoxicity after CAG and PCI Red Cross Hospital,Shimane,Japan Shinsuke Mikami Department of Cardiology, Mitsubishi M-130 10071 Effectiveness of preventing radiocontrast nephropathy (RCN) with N-acetylcisteine (NAC) Kyoto Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Mikiko Ohno Department of Cardiology, Grant Aneurysm formation and pneumonitis after implantation of drug-eluting stents: 3 case reports Medical Foundation, Ruby Hall M-131 50014* suggesting a probably hypersensitivity Clinic,Pune, INDIA Purvez.K. Grant *Exemplary Works
  14. 14. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name D *Exemplary Works
  15. 15. CCT 2005 Poster Session (Medical) Booth Date Session No. Poster No. Title Affiliation Name Yokohama City University School of Head of Judge:Tohru Kobayashi Medicine Cardiovascular (Nakamura Clinic) MD-11 10048* Multiple complex coronary plaques and coronary plaque progression in patients with AMI Center,Yokohama, Japan Hiroyuki Ozaki Cardiovascular Section, Pusan Judges:Jun-ichi Kotani National University Hospital, Busan, (Kansai Rosai Hospital) MD-12 50016* Significance of brain natriuretic peptide in right ventricular infarctions South Korea Hyeon Gook Lee Digital Shinji Miki Neo-intimal coverage following drug-eluting stent implantation under current anti-platelet therapy:Cardiovascular division , Knasai Rosai Poster Sep. 28 (Mitsubishi Kyoto Hospital) MD-13 10053* An angioscope evaluation study Hospital, Amagasaki, Japan Jun-ichi Kotani Sessio 16:30-18:00 Department of Cardiology, Grant n Aneurysm formation and pneumonitis after implantation of drug-eluting stents: 3 case reports Medical Foundation, Ruby Hall Chairs: MD-14 50014* suggesting a probably hypersensitivity Clinic,Pune, INDIA Purvez.K. Grant Samuel K. Mathew (Apollo Hospitals) Koji Oku (National Hospital Organization Nagasaki Medical Center) *Exemplary Works
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