drug-coated balloon drug-eluting stent restenosis contrast media Abstract
Aims: EPC and hCASMC play an important role in the pathogenesis of restenosis and stent thrombosis. Drug-coated balloon catheters exert a local, short-term application of antiproliferative agents. This study investigates the time-dependent influence on growth and motility of paclitaxel and sirolimus alone and combined with the coating additive iopromide on EPC and hCASMC.
Methods and results: Treatment of cultured human EPC and hCASMC with paclitaxel and sirolimus 1.5 and 15 µM for three seconds, three minutes and 24 hours, alone or combined with iopromide 0.197 M, resulted in a concentration- and time- dependent inhibition ...
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