establishes blood flow again to previously restricted regions of the heart
The need for an invasive method of increasing blood supply to a certain organ. In cardiology, it refers to the heart muscle and is performed by an intervention on the coronary arteries by means of a PTCA procedure, or by surgery.
A procedure undertaken to restore blood flow to areas of the heart muscle not reached due to weakened or blocked arteries.
Procedures to restore blood flow the artery.
Restoration, to the extent possible, of normal blood flow to the myocardium by surgical or percutaneous means or with removal or reduction of an obstruction as occurs when CABG or PTCA is performed.
Reestablishment of a blood supply to a part of the body.
The process or practice of restoring blood flow to a body part.
The surgical method of opening up blocked blood vessels to improve blood flow to the heart.
Reestablishment of blood supply to a part or organ by reestablishing new blood vessels.
A broad term that describes surgical and catheter procedures that are used to restore blood flow to the heart.
Reestablishment of blood flow to a part of the body. The regrowth of blood vessels into a tissue or organ after interruption of its normal blood supply.
The restoration of adequate blood supply.
Revascularization is the process of restoring the functionality of an affected organ. Contrast this term with vasculature, which describes the circulatory structures of an organ.