Early restenosis after primary PCI?

Early restenosis after primary PCI?

The video talks about the early restenosis after primary PCI by Dr. Viveka Kumar, Senior Director - Cath Lab, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket. The patient may not have restenosis but can have early stent thrombosis. Many a times, patients stop their dual antiplatelets which can be a reason for early restenosis. He will explain that the dual antiplatelets are mandatory given to these patients for a year. He will further explain that preferably the newer antiplatelets are given to avoid the risk of stent thrombosis.

Dr. Viveka Kumar

Dr. Viveka Kumar is a Senior Consultant Interventional Cardiologist and Director of the Cath Lab at Max Super Speciality Hospital in Saket, New Delhi. He completed his MBBS and MD (Medicine) from IMS (BHU), Varanasi and later obtained the DM (Cardiology) postdoc, superspeciality degree through GSVM Medical College, Kanpur. Has extensive experience in the field of Cardiac interventions and Electrophysiology. Specializes in complex angioplasties including multivessel, bifurication and left main angioplasties with Rota Ablation, FFR, IVUS, IABP, IMPELLA devices. Has done more than 7500 angioplasties and 2500 balloon valvotomies with good outcomes.

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