Inappropriate Stent Placement Resulting in a Coronary Slow-F
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A 78-year-old lady with hypertension presented to our hospital with severe, persistent chest pain. On admission, her respiratory rate was 12/min, oxygen saturation 93%, heart rate 70/min, blood pressure 125/80 mm Hg, with basal crackles. In the electrocardiogram (ECG), there were marked ST-segment elevations in the leads II, III, aVF, and V6. She was immediately taken to the catheterization laboratory. The emergent coronary angiography revealed a tight (~95%), long lesion with a large filling defect in the middle right coronary artery (RCA); yet distal blood flow was rather preserved.....

https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/inappropriate-stent-placement-resulting-in-a-coronary-slowflow-case-report-2165-7548-1000275.php?aid=60662
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