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Han B.,Second Hospital of Baoding | Ge C.-Q.,Second Hospital of Baoding | Zhang H.-G.,Second Hospital of Baoding | Zhou C.-G.,Second Hospital of Baoding | And 3 more authors.
Molecular Medicine Reports | Year: 2016

The mechanism and associated factors of restenosis following intravascular stent implantation remain to be elucidated. The present two-part experimental and clinical study aimed to investigate the effects of tripterygium glycosides on in-stent restenosis subsequent to intra-arterial therapy. Following endovascular stent implantation in rabbit iliac arteries, post-stent outcomes were evaluated in cyclosporine groups, low-dose and high-dose tripterygium glycosides groups and controls. Post-operative angiography indicated that vessel diameters were similar between groups; however, at 28 days after receiving the therapeutic agents, vessels of the cyclosporine and tripterygium glycosides groups were significantly larger than those of the controls. Furthermore, three groups of patients had comparable baseline levels of interleukin (IL)-10, IL-18 and C-reactive protein, and intima-media thickness. However, 1 month after stent implantation, levels of IL-10 and IL-18 were markedly reduced in the high-and low-dose tripterygium glycosides groups compared with controls. At 6 months after surgery, the stent patency rate in patients with bare stents was significantly lower than in patients receiving tripterygium glycosides (P≤0.009). In addition, the ankle-brachial index was also higher than in those without tripterygium glycosides (P<0.001). Results of the experimental and clinical studies suggest that tripterygium glycosides may inhibit and possibly aid in the prevention of in-stent restenosis formation following endovascular treatment of lower-extremity artery disease.

Li Q.-F.,Second Hospital of Baoding | Xu X.,Second Hospital of Baoding | Ge X.,Second Hospital of Baoding
European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences | Year: 2015

OBJECTIVE: To discuss the hazards of cholecystolithiasis recrudesce after cholecystolithotomy with gallbladder reservation; To provide a theoretical basis for reducing the recurrence rate of gallstone. PATIENS AND METHODS: The patients who were followed up for at least one year after minimally- invasive operation with gallbladder reservation because of cholecystolithiasis were selected. In this population, the patients with recurrence after surgery were as the case group, those patients with no recurrence after surgery were as the control group. Through collection of general data of selected cases, relevant information of Ultrasound Examinations of gallbladder and history data of the patients questionnaires were completed. Relevant factors of gallstone recurrence of patients, were observed through statistic analysis. Main factors go as follows: gender, age, nation, career, BMI,whether or not the patient had the history of chronic superficial gastritis, and regulation of gallbladder emptying function, family history, etc. The information of selected cases is complete. RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS: The main hazards of cholecystolithiasis recurrence were BMI, family history of gallstone disease, and emptying function of gallbladder.

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