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Year 2019 / Volume 111 / Number 6

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A retrospective, multicenter analysis of incidents associated with Axios™ lumen-apposing stents

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Sergio Bazaga Pérez de Rozas, Ana Yaiza Carbajo, Francisco Javier Garcia-Alonso, David Martí, Vicente Sánchiz Soler, Belén Martínez Moreno, Jose Ramón Aparicio Tormo, Rafael Pedraza Sanz, Juan Vila Costas, Enrique Vázquez-Sequeiros, Rosanna Villanueva Hernández, J. Alexander Jordán Castro, Marcos Jiménez Palacios, Carlos de la Serna Higuera, Manuel Perez-Miranda Castillo,

Introduction: there is controversy with regard to the risks associated with lumen-apposing metal stents (LAMSs), with significant variations between available reports. Objectives: to describe the types and proportions of complications that arise during the permanence time and removal of Axios™ LAMS. Furthermore, the relationship between patency time, therapeutic target and the presence of complications was also described. Methods: a retrospective, multicenter case series study was performed of all patients with an implanted LAMS to access extra-luminal structures during 2017. Only technically successful cases were recorded. Results: a total of 179 patients from seven sites (range, 4-68 cases/site) were included in the study, with a mean age of 64.3 years (SD: 15.8; range: 24.6-98.8 years) and 122 (68.2%) were male. Most common indications included encapsulated necrosis (58, 32.4%), pseudocysts (31, 17.3%) and gallbladder drains (26, 14.5%). Complications during LAMS stay were reported in 19 patients (10.9%); stent lumen or gastroduodenal obstruction (8, 4.5%) and bleeding (7, 3.9%) were the most common. LAMS were not removed in 86 (48%) patients due to the following reasons: a permanent stent was used (46, 53.5%), loss to follow-up (18, 20.9%), patient demise (16, 18.6%) and stent migration (6, 7%). Five (5.4%) complications were reported during stent removal, which were three bleeds and two perforations. No association was found between stent duration and complications (p = 0.67). Conclusion: complications secondary to LAMS insertion are uncommon but may be serious. This study found no association between complications and stent duration.

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