A hybrid bleeding control method for retro-peritoneal or inguinal bleeding after endovascular procedures

Authors

  • Tal M Hörer USÖ
  • Viktor Reva 2Dep’t. of War Surgery, Kirov Military Medical Academy, St. Petersburg

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26676/jevtm.v1i1.31

Abstract

With the vast increase in endovascular procedures and the use of percutaneous vascular closure devices, there is an increasing risk of closure failure and bleeding demanding open surgical repair that might be surgically challenging. We describe two ways, using a modern hybrid technique and tools (endovascular and open surgery), of controlling bleeding with minimal blood loss, which might facilitate the surgery.

Author Biography

Tal M Hörer, USÖ

Tal Hörer is a General and Vascular Surgeon, currentely attendning Vascular Surgeon at Örebro Univeristy Hospital and Associate Professor of Surgery. Main interest in vascular and hybrid or Endovascular techniques and bleeding control as well as resuscitation and trauma.

 

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Published

2017-08-18

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Tips and Techniques