Prospective Registry to Investigate the Safety and Efficacy of the Treatment With the Selution Sirolimus Drug Coated Balloon in TASC C and D Atheroma-occlusive Infra-Inguinal Disease in Patients With Chronic Limb Threatening Ischemia From Singapore

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    Singapore General Hospital
Updated on 2 June 2022

Summary

Extensive arterial occlusion significantly reduces arterial perfusion, and may eventually lead to Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI). The pathology gives rise to symptoms such as ischemic pain, slow healing wounds at lower extremity and gangrene. It places patients with multi-segment occlusion at high risks of amputations and mortality. The treatment methods for such long occlusive lesions are limited. Traditionally, the standard of care would be surgical revascularization. This is because lesion length have been identified in several studies as an independent risk factor for the development of restenosis after angioplasty and/or stenting. However, thanks to recent advances in endovascular techniques, such as the utilization of subintimal technique for crossing long segment occlusions, it is now possible to employ endovascular techniques for suitable patients.The re-establishment of an in-line flow, even if only temporary, can allow tissue healing, which is vital in achieving limb salvage. In addition, the use of Drug Coated Balloons (DCB) can potentially reduce restenosis rate, as Sirolimus have an anti-proliferative effect.

To date, there are few studies that have evaluated the performance of DCB in lesions that are longer than 10cm. The investigators hope to evaluate the performance of the Selution DCB when used in treatment of such lesions

Details
Condition peripheral arterial disease, Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), Critical Lower Limb Ischemia, peripheral arterial diseases, peripheral artery disease
Treatment SELUTION Sirolimus DCB
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04534257
SponsorSingapore General Hospital
Last Modified on2 June 2022

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