Features of performing arteriography in patients with diabetes mellitus with critical ischemia of the lower limb

  • S.M. Didenko Clinical Hospital «Feofaniya» of State Directorate for Affairs, Kyiv
Keywords: arteriography, diabetes mellitus, chronic critical ischemia of the lower limb.

Abstract

Objective — to study the features of performing arteriography in patients with diabetes mellitus with chronic critical ischemia of the lower limb with stenotic-occlusive lesions of the arteries of the popliteo-tibial segments.

Materials and methods. The arteriography experience in 108 patients with diabetes mellitus 2 type with chronic critical ischemia of the lower limb has been analyzed. All patients had stenotic-occlusive lesions of the arteries of the popliteo-tibial segments for the passable arteries of the ilio-femoral segments.The first group included 56 patients, who performed arteriography according to the proposed methodology (Ukrainian patent for utility model No. 114970 dated March 27, 2017, «Method of angiographic examination of lower extremity arteries in patients with ischemic form of diabetic foot syndrome»), the second group included 52 patients, who performed arteriography by Seldinger’s method.

Results. With the help of ultrasound examination it was proved that 63.1 % of the common femoral artery blood volume in patients with diabetes mellitus with chronic critical ischemia of the lower limb with stenotic-occlusive lesions of the arteries of the popliteo-tibial segments is divided to the superficial femoral artery and 36.9 % in the deep femoral artery. Application of the developed method of arteriography has allowed to reduce the amount of active ingredient of contrast, which was administered to patients in the first group 2.16 times in comparison with the second group. In the first group the percentage of hemorrhagic complications was significantly lower than in the second group.

Conclusions. The developed method of performing arteriography should be used in patients with diabetes mellitus with chronic critical ischemia of the lower limb with stenotic-occlusive lesions of the arteries of the popliteo-tibial segments.

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Published
2018-12-27
How to Cite
Didenko, S. (2018). Features of performing arteriography in patients with diabetes mellitus with critical ischemia of the lower limb. Ukrainian Interventional Neuroradiology and Surgery, 24(2), 14-19. https://doi.org/10.26683/2304-9359-2018-2(24)-14-19