Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
https://www.jvascbras.org/article/doi/10.1590/S1677-54492006000100006
Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
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Experiência inicial com o uso de adesivo tissular contendo trombina para tratamento do pseudo-aneurisma femoral

Treatment of femoral pseudoaneurysm with thrombin tissue adhesive: initial experience

Daniel Mendes Pinto; José Olimpio Dias Júnior; Bernardo Lopes Cançado Fonseca; Rodrigo Daniel Moreialvar; Leonardo Ghizoni Bez; Caetano de Sousa Lopes

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Resumo

O pseudo-aneurisma (PSA) após cateterização femoral tem sido diagnosticado com regularidade em serviços com grande movimento de intervenções percutâneas, com incidência variando de 0,05 a 6%. PSA femorais pequenos podem ser acompanhados até a resolução espontânea. As opções de tratamento são: compressão guiada por ultra-som, injeção de trombina para trombose do PSA e tratamento cirúrgico. A injeção percutânea de trombina tem a vantagem de ser um procedimento indolor e rápido. Podem ser utilizados trombina isolada ou preparados contendo trombina associada a fibrinogênio e fatores de coagulação. A experiência inicial dos autores de cinco casos tratados com injeção de adesivo tissular contendo trombina mostrou resultado satisfatório em quatro; um caso necessitou tratamento cirúrgico. Não houve sucesso com uso isolado de trombina humana, porém, ocorreu trombose imediata após injeção de preparado de trombina associada a fibrinogênio/fator XIII. Neste artigo, são discutidas as opções de tratamento dos PSA femorais e a técnica do uso de trombina percutânea.

Palavras-chave

Pseudo-aneurisma, ultra-som, trombina, fibrinogênio

Abstract

Pseudoaneurysms caused by femoral artery catheterization have been regularly diagnosed in medical units with a great number of percutaneous interventions, with a documented incidence between 0.05 and 6%. Small femoral pseudoaneurysms undergo spontaneous resolution. Treatment options are: ultrasound-guided compression, thrombin injection to induce pseudoaneurysm thrombosis and surgical treatment. Percutaneous thrombin injection has the advantage of being a fast and painless procedure. Both isolated thrombin and thrombin preparations with fibrinogen and coagulation factors can be used. The authors' initial experience with five cases treated with thrombin tissue adhesive showed successful results in four; one case required surgery. There was no success with isolated human thrombin, but immediate thrombosis was achieved after injection of thrombin associated to fibrinogen and factor XIII. In this article, the treatment options for femoral pseudoaneurysms and the technique of percutaneous thrombin are discussed.

Keywords

Pseudoaneurysm, ultrasonography, thrombin, fibrinogen

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