Serial Optical Coherence Tomography at Baseline, 7 Days, and 1, 3, 6 and 12 Months After Bioresorbable Scaffold Implantation in a Growing Porcine Model
Background: Little is known about serial changes in lumen and device dimensions after bioresorbable scaffold implantation in a growing animal model. Methods and Results: ABSORB (n=14) or bare metal stents (ICROS amg [Abbott Vascular, Santa Clara, CA, USA], Winsen-Luhe, Germany; n=15) were implanted in the coronary arteries of domestic swine (a hybrid of Finnish-Norwegian Landrace swine) weighing 30–35kg. Angiography and optical coherence tomography (OCT) were performed immediately after implantation and repeated at 7 days, 1, 3, 6 and 12 months after the index procedure. One month after implantation, mean lumen area decreased relative to baseline in both groups (relative area change from baseline, −41.4±15.6% for ABSORB vs. −20.9±18.6% for ICROS) while mean device area decreased only in the ABSORB group (relative area change: −11.1±9.4% vs. +0.14±7.95%, respectively). At 12 months, mean lumen area increased relative to baseline in both groups (relative area change from baseline, +55.6±22.4% vs. +32.3±83.6%, respectively) in accordance with the swine growth weighing up to 260–300kg. Mean device area in the ICROS group remained stable whereas that in the ABSORB group began to increase between 3 and 6 months along with the vessel growth (relative area change: +107.8±25.7% vs. +0.14±7.95%). Conclusions: In the growing porcine model, ABSORB was associated with greater extent of recoil 1 month after implantation compared with ICROS but demonstrated substantial adaptability to vessel growth in late phase.
|Keywords||Coronary artery disease, Pediatrics, Percutaneous coronary intervention, Stent|
|Persistent URL||dx.doi.org/10.1253/circj.CJ-18-0855, hdl.handle.net/1765/115528|
Asano, T, Hytonen, J., Chichareon, P, Taavitsainen, J., Kogame, N., Katagiri, Y, … Serruys, P.W.J.C. (2019). Serial Optical Coherence Tomography at Baseline, 7 Days, and 1, 3, 6 and 12 Months After Bioresorbable Scaffold Implantation in a Growing Porcine Model. Circulation Journal, 83(3), 556–55+. doi:10.1253/circj.CJ-18-0855