Prospective Cohort of Patient With Coronary Stents Undergoing Non Cardiac Surgery (RECO)
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Non cardiac surgery in patients with coronary stents is complicated with cardiovascular and hemorrhagic events associated with perioperative management of antiplatelet agents. Several guidelines have outlined the importance of maintaining antiplatelet agents throughout surgical procedures to prevent cardiovascular complications. On the other hand, interruption of antiplatelet agents is still a usual standard to avoid surgical complications. We investigate the impact of perioperative antiplatelet drugs management on these complications, through a multicenter, prospective cohort (RECO stands for "Registre des patients porteurs d'Endoprothèses Coronaires, Opérés de chirurgie non cardiaque"), including all patients with coronary stents undergoing non cardiac surgery or invasive procedures. The aim of this study is primarily to measure the incidence of cardiovascular (including stent thrombosis) and hemorrhagic complications and to identify pre and postoperative risk factors associated with these complications.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
patients with coronary stents undergoing non cardiac surgery or invasive procedures
18 years old or more
patient requiring a non cardiac surgery
patient with a coronary stent
patient agree for personal health data collection and analysis