Thrombogenicity of hydrophilically coated guide wires and catheters

Kevin R. Leach, Yasuhisa Kurisu, John E. Carlson, I. Repa, David H. Epstein, Myra Urness, Ronald Sahatjian, David W. Hunter, Wilfrido R. Casteneda-Zuniga, Kurt Amplatz

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Abstract

The thrombogenicities of stainless steel spring guide wires and two hydrophilically coated guide wires were compared. The guide wires were placed in canine femoral arteries for 30 minutes. The guide wires were removed, the thrombi were stripped off, and the clots were weighed. Clot weights obtained with the two hydrophilically coated guide wires were significantly less than those obtained with the stainless steel spring guide wires. The thrombogenicities of hydrophilically coated catheters and noncoated nylon catheters were compared with and without the use of heparin. Carotid arteries, jugular veins, femoral arteries, and femoral veins were used. Catheters were left in place for 45 minutes. The animals were heparinized and killed. The vessels were then removed en bloc with the catheter clamped in place. The vessels were incised, and the clot was removed and weighed. In arterial and venous catheterization, no significant difference in clot deposition was shown between the hydrophilically coated catheters and the noncoated nylon catheters. A striking reduction of thrombogenicity was achieved with heparinization of the catheters in both arteries and veins.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)675-677
Number of pages3
JournalRadiology
Volume175
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Jun 1990

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Catheters
Stainless Steel
Nylons
Femoral Artery
Femoral Vein
Jugular Veins
Carotid Arteries
Catheterization
Heparin
Canidae
Veins
Thrombosis
Arteries
Weights and Measures

Keywords

  • Angiography, complications, 90.442, 92.442, 93.442
  • Angiography, technology
  • Catheters and catheterization, complications, 90.442, 92.442, 93.442
  • Catheters and catheterization, technology
  • Thrombosis, experimental

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  • Radiological and Ultrasound Technology

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Leach, K. R., Kurisu, Y., Carlson, J. E., Repa, I., Epstein, D. H., Urness, M., ... Amplatz, K. (1990). Thrombogenicity of hydrophilically coated guide wires and catheters. Radiology, 175(3), 675-677.

Thrombogenicity of hydrophilically coated guide wires and catheters. / Leach, Kevin R.; Kurisu, Yasuhisa; Carlson, John E.; Repa, I.; Epstein, David H.; Urness, Myra; Sahatjian, Ronald; Hunter, David W.; Casteneda-Zuniga, Wilfrido R.; Amplatz, Kurt.

In: Radiology, Vol. 175, No. 3, 06.1990, p. 675-677.

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Leach, KR, Kurisu, Y, Carlson, JE, Repa, I, Epstein, DH, Urness, M, Sahatjian, R, Hunter, DW, Casteneda-Zuniga, WR & Amplatz, K 1990, 'Thrombogenicity of hydrophilically coated guide wires and catheters', Radiology, vol. 175, no. 3, pp. 675-677.
Leach KR, Kurisu Y, Carlson JE, Repa I, Epstein DH, Urness M et al. Thrombogenicity of hydrophilically coated guide wires and catheters. Radiology. 1990 Jun;175(3):675-677.
Leach, Kevin R. ; Kurisu, Yasuhisa ; Carlson, John E. ; Repa, I. ; Epstein, David H. ; Urness, Myra ; Sahatjian, Ronald ; Hunter, David W. ; Casteneda-Zuniga, Wilfrido R. ; Amplatz, Kurt. / Thrombogenicity of hydrophilically coated guide wires and catheters. In: Radiology. 1990 ; Vol. 175, No. 3. pp. 675-677.
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