The 52-year-old gentleman came with complaints of acute chest pain for the 1-hour history of bleeding per rectum for the last 1 week.
ECG is suggestive of Acute Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction.his Haemoglobin is -4.1 gm/dl. As the patient has bleeding per rectum he can’t be thrombolyse. Hence he was posted for Primary Angioplasty. Angiography suggestive of Normal LAD and LCX, Proximal RCA representative of 100% total thrombotic occlusion. He underwent thrombus aspiration with a thrombus aspiration catheter by Dr. Vaibhav Patil – Interventional Cardiologist in Pune
. Angiography is suggestive of no residual thrombus, no dissection & TIMI III flow hence decided deferred stenting.