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Comparative Analysis of the Paclitaxel-Eluting Peripheral Igaki-Tamai Stent and the Drug-Free Igaki-Tamai Stent Using Optical Coherence Tomography and Histological Analysis in a Porcine Iliac Artery Model.

在猪髂动脉模型中使用光学相干断层扫描和组织学分析比较紫杉醇洗脱外周 Igaki-Tamai 支架和无药 Igaki-Tamai 支架。

  • 影响因子:2.08
  • DOI:10.1253/circj.CJ-20-0040
  • 作者列表:"Kuwabara K","Zen K","Yashige M","Ito N","Kadoya Y","Wakana N","Yanishi K","Matoba S
  • 发表时间:2020-04-02
Abstract

BACKGROUND:The combination of a bioresorbable scaffold and antiproliferative drugs is a promising treatment for peripheral artery disease. The novel paclitaxel-eluting peripheral Igaki-Tamai stent (PTX-ITS) has the same backbone design as the drug-free peripheral Igaki-Tamai stent and a paclitaxel coating. Arterial responses to the PTX-ITS and ITS using optical coherence tomography (OCT) and histological analysis in a porcine iliac artery model were compared.Methods and Results:In total, 6 PTX-ITSs and 6 ITSs implanted in porcine iliac arteries were evaluated. Quantitative measurements of the scaffold, lumen, neointimal areas, and percent area stenosis were performed using OCT at 1 and 3 months. Histological evaluations (PTX-ITS [n=5], ITS [n=4]) were performed following euthanasia at 3 months. Injury, inflammation, endothelialization, and fibrin scores were measured. Baseline angiographic characteristics were similar in both groups. The ITS group showed significantly smaller scaffold areas than the PTX-ITS group at 1 month (18.50±3.62 mm2vs. 23.54±3.64 mm2; P=0.037) and 3 months (15.82±2.57 mm2vs. 21.67±3.57 mm2; P=0.009). Percent area stenosis was significantly lower in the PTX-ITS group at 3 months (28.70±7.24% vs. 40.36±7.07%; P=0.018). Histological evaluations revealed similar low-grade inflammatory reactions for both scaffolds. CONCLUSIONS:PTX-ITSs showed significantly better suppression of late scaffold shrinkage and lower in-scaffold stenosis for up to 3 months. Additionally, PTX-ITSs exhibited high biocompatibility, which is comparable to ITSs.

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背景: 生物可吸收支架和抗增殖药物的联合应用是治疗外周动脉疾病的一种很有前途的方法。新型紫杉醇洗脱外周 Igaki-Tamai 支架 (PTX-ITS) 与无药外周 Igaki-Tamai 支架和紫杉醇涂层具有相同的骨干设计。在猪髂动脉模型中,使用光学相干断层扫描 (OCT) 和组织学分析比较了动脉对 PTX-ITS 及其的反应。方法: 对 6 例 PTX-ITSs 和 6 例 ITSs 植入猪髂动脉进行评价。使用 OCT 在 1 个月和 3 个月时进行支架、管腔、新生内膜面积和面积狭窄百分比的定量测量。安乐死后 3 个月进行组织学评价 (PTX-ITS [n = 5],ITS [n = 4])。测量损伤、炎症、内皮化和纤维蛋白评分。两组的基线血管造影特征相似。ITS 组 1 个月时支架面积明显小于 PTX-ITS 组 (18.50 ± 3.62 mm2vs)。23.54 ± 3.64平方毫米; P = 0.037) 和 3 个月 (15.82 ± 2.57 mm2vs。21.67 ± 3.57平方毫米; P = 0.009)。PTX-ITS 组 3 个月时面积狭窄百分比显著降低 (28.70 ± 7.24% vs. 40.36 ± 7.07%; P = 0.018)。组织学评价发现两种支架的低度炎症反应相似。 结论: PTX-ITSs 可显著更好地抑制晚期支架收缩,降低支架内狭窄长达 3 个月。此外,PTX-ITSs 表现出较高的生物相容性,与 ITSs 相当。

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