Extracción incidental de un stent: complicación rara de la intervención coronaria percutánea

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Jorge Sánchez Cantillo
Manuel John Liévano
Jorge Edgar Villegas
Gabriel Acosta
Lorena Montes

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La extracción incidental de un stent coronario, es una complicación poco frecuente en las intervenciones coronarias percutáneas. Éste evento adverso, pese a ser infrecuente,  ha reducido sus tasas de incidencia en los últimos años, sin embargo, debe ser tomado en cuenta por los cardiólogos intervencionistas como una complicación que representa en el paciente altas probabilidades de morbi-mortalidad. Se presenta el caso de un paciente quien presenta extracción no intencional de un stent previamente implantado, en una re-intervención coronaria.

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