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At this stage a second angioplasty 14 Part I / Acute Mechanical Injury and Vascular Repair Fig. 6. Photograph demonstrating the use of Kelly clamps to dissect bluntly through the subcutaneous space and pull the pump tube into the groin from the flank. H marks direction of head. T marks direction of tail. is performed, usually with fluoroscopic guidance to allow assessment of initial lesion location and severity. , Palo Alto, CA) are available in a variety of sizes which can deliver substances intravenously for up to 4 wk after placement.
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2 mg/kg-d in patients would be impossible to achieve without severe side effects. In the pharmacology of drug testing across sppeies (including human patients), dosing is generally begun at comparable weight-adjusted (mg/kg) levels. It is possible, but unlikely, that the high doses used in rats and rabbits were comparable in efficacy to the doses used in the clinical human trials. The normal coronary artery of a young rat, rabbit, or pig differs markedly from the atherosclerotic coronary artery of an older human patient.