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Europe Big 5 - Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures Volumes 2015

Europe Big 5 - Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures Volumes 2015

Europe Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures Volumes 2015 is a report adaptation of Quomeda’s most recent Surgical Procedures Volumes Database and includes procedure numbers available as a dataset and coded into a unique ICD9/ICD10 nomenclature.

This report focuses on operations on the cardiovascular system and contains procedures taken from the larger Europe Surgical Procedure Volumes 2015 also available for sale.

In addition to regular volumes, Quomeda also provides in this report information on the number of out-of-hospital procedures, the minimal invasive procedures ratio, the age groups and general trends (historical and forecast up to 2018).

Area Covered: France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom

The Surgical Procedure Volumes database is a complete set of surgical & diagnostic procedures catalogued under the international ICD-9/ICD-10 nomenclature.

Thanks to our coding system, - not only will you be able to evaluate the data using international coding standards, but you will also be able to compare data across different countries - without getting lost in translation and by always making sure the same definition has been preserved.

The data is an ideal blend of primary & secondary research analysis, and is updated annually; however, as we are constantly gathering information, we frequently add new procedures to the database on each update.


1 Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures Volumes in Europe - 2013
1.1. Operations on valves and septa of heart
1.1.1. Closed heart valvotomy
1.1.2. Transapical aortic valve repair (TAAVI)
1.1.3. Valvuloplasty
1.1.4. Replacement of heart valve
1.1.5. Replacement of aortic valve
1.1.6. Replacement of pulmonary valve
1.1.7. Replacement of tricuspid valve
1.1.8. Annuloplasty
1.1.9. Production of septal defect in heart
1.1.10. Repair of atrial septal defect
1.2. Operations on vessels of heart
1.2.1. Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG)
1.2.2. Removal of coronary artery obstruction and insertion of stent(s)
1.2.3. Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty with placement of non-drug eluting stent
1.2.4. Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty with placement of drug eluting stent
1.2.5. Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty [PTCA] or coronary atherectomy
1.2.6. Intracoronary artery thrombolytic infusion
1.2.7. Bypass anastomosis for heart revascularization
1.2.8. Internal mammary artery bypass graft (IMA)
1.2.9. Heart revascularization
1.2.10. Intravascular pressure measurement of coronary arteries
1.3. Other operations on heart and pericardium
1.3.1. Implantation of heart assist system
1.3.1.1. Initial insertion of single-chamber device
1.3.1.2. Initial insertion of dual-chamber device
1.3.1.3. Replacement of any type pacemaker device with single-chamber device
1.3.1.4. Replacement of any type pacemaker device with dual-chamber device
1.3.1.5. Revision or removal of pacemaker device
1.3.2. Catheterization of heart
1.3.3. Insertion, replacement, removal, and revision of pacemaker device
1.3.4. Intracardiac echocardiography
1.3.5. Revision or relocation of cardiac device pocket
1.3.6. Implantation of cardiac resynchronization pacemaker without mention of defibrillation
1.3.7. Implantation or replacement of transvenous lead [electrode ]
1.3.8. Excision or destruction of other lesion or tissue of heart
1.3.8.1. open approach - Conventional Ablation (Flutter Ablation)
1.3.8.2. Atrial fibrilation ablation, Ventricular tachycardia ablation
1.3.9. Implantation or replacement of cardiac resynchronization defibrillator pulse generator device only (CRT-D)
1.3.10. Heart transplantation
1.3.11. Implantation or replacement of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator
1.4. Incision, excision, and occlusion of vessels
1.4.1. Ligation and stripping of varicose veins
1.4.2. Incision of vessel
1.4.3. Endarterectomy
1.4.4. Biopsy of blood vessel
1.4.5. Angioscopy
1.4.6. Optical coherence Tomography (OCT)
1.4.7. Diagnostic procedures on blood vessels
1.4.8. Resection of vessel with anastomosis
1.4.9. Interruption of the vena cava
1.5. Other operations on vessels
1.5.1. Hemodialysis
1.5.2. Systemic to pulmonary artery shunt
1.5.3. Intra-abdominal venous shunt
1.5.4. Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS)
1.5.5. Caval-pulmonary artery anastomosis
1.5.6. Aorta-subclavian-carotid bypass
1.5.7. Aorta-iliac-femoral bypass
1.5.8. Arteriovenostomy for renal dialysis
1.5.9. Other (peripheral) vascular shunt or bypass
1.5.10. Suture of vessel
1.5.11. Angioplasty or atherectomy of other non-coronary vessel(s)
1.5.12. Clipping of aneurysm
1.5.13. Endovascular implantation of graft in abdominal aorta
1.5.14. Aneurysm Embolization
1.5.15. AVM (Arterio-Venous Malformation) Embolization
1.5.16. Endovascular implantation of graft in thoracic aorta
1.5.17. Sclerotherapy
1.5.18. Saphenous vein harvest
1.6. Intravascular imaging of blood vessels
1.6.1. Intravascular imaging of intrathoracic vessels
1.6.2. Intravascular imaging of coronary vessels
1.7. Peripheral angioplasty/stenting
1.7.1. Insertion of drug-eluting peripheral vessel stents
1.7.2. Insertion of non-drug-eluting peripheral vessel stent(s)
1.7.3. Percutaneous angioplasty or atherectomy of precerebral (extracranial) vessel(s)
1.7.4. Percutaneous angioplasty or atherectomy of intracranial vessel(s)
1.7.5. Percutaneous insertion of carotid artery stent(s)
1.7.6. Percutaneous insertion of other precerebral (extracranial) artery stent(s)
1.7.7. Percutaneous insertion of intracranial vascular stent(s)
1.8. Diagnostic radiology and related techniques
1.8.1. Coronary arteriography using a single catherer
1.8.2. Coronary arteriography using two catherer

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