Newton said, “If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants”. The progress of medicine is often the growth by absorbing the failure experience of others. As an access doctor, the balloon catheter is our portable weapons. Therefore, the biggest nightmare in access procedures is the complication caused by the rupture of the balloon. Dr. Sung-Yu Chu from Chang Gung Memorial Hospital will disclose his experience and the conclusions he learned in this matter to this.
Unforgettable nightmare in access procedures and what I learned from it
講者介紹 Speaker introduction
經歷：林口長庚醫院 胃腸影像診療科主治醫師、中華民國放射線醫學會 專科醫師、台灣介入放射線學會 常務理事
Name: Sung-Yu, Chu
Medical Category: Department of Medical Imaging and Intervention
Clinical specialty: Cardiovascular imaging diagnosis and interventional therapy, Aortic stent placement and peripheral arterial angioplasty, Intravascular minimally invasive treatment tracking and management of complications
Attending physician in Medical Imaging and Intervention Department, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Specialist doctor of Radiological Society of the Republic of China
Executive Director of Taiwan Society of Interventional Radiology
A seemingly ordinary balloon-assisted maturation (BAM) what had happened? Dr. Sung-Yu Chu first used the intraoperative images to bring you back to the crime scene, let everyone know what happened and how to finally take out the ruptured balloon. He also analyzed several risks that might cause the balloon to rupture, and what he learned after going through this thing.
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