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Anévrisme aorte abdominale (AAA)Consensus canadien - ACC/AHA - SSVQ - 2006

  • Définition et histoire naturelle

  • Dépistage

  • Interventions

André Roussin MD, FRCP

Laboratoire de médecine vasculaire, Hôpital Notre-Dame, CHUM

Professeur adjoint, Université de Montréal

.org

Can J Cardiol 2005; 21(12): 997-1006

www.ccs.ca


Disclosures - DivulgationsAndré Roussin MD

Speaker and/or Advisory board member and/or Research funds

  • AstraZeneca

  • Bristol Myers Squibb

  • Merck Frost Schering

  • Pfizer Canada Inc.

  • sanofi aventis


AAADéfinition et prévalence

AAA : Diamètre > 3 cm (AP en général)

ACC/AHA 2005


AAAExamen physique: sensibilité pour le dépistage

  • Sensibilité globale: 68%

    • 61% si diam. 3.0 - 3.9 cm

    • 69% si diam. 4.0 - 4.9 cm

    • 82% si diam > 5.0 cm

    • 91% si TT < 100 cm

    • 53% si TT > 100 cm

    • 100% si diam > 5.0 cm et TT < 100 cm

Fink H A et al. Arch Int Med 2000; 160: 833 - 836


AAA et anévrismes des extrémitésHistoire naturelle générale

  • AAA: rarement

    • Thromboembolie

    • Compression ou érosion de structures adjacentes

  • Anévrismes extrémités

    • Thromboembolie

    • Thrombose

  • AAA : principalement

    • Expansion

      • < 4mm/an

        • Si < 4 cm

      • 4 - 5 mm/an

        • Si 4 - 6 cm

    • Rupture


AAA ≥ 5.5 cmRisque de rupture: US VA Study

Consensus canadien MAP CCS 2005


AAA en fonction du sexeRisque de rupture: série de Kingston, Ontario

Consensus canadien MAP CCS 2005


AAA : petits vs grosRisque de rupture: UK Small Aneurysm Trial 1999

ACC/AHA PAD Consensus 2005


AAA : perspective globaleRisque de rupture: ACC/AHA 2005

ACC/AHA PAD Consensus 2005


Anévrismes viscéraux2 - 3 X moins fréquents que AAA


AAADépistage: Consensus américain 2004

Abdominal aortic aneurysm can easily be missed, especially in obese patients, so that echography is the preferred method of diagnosis in high-risk patients, such as men aged 60 to 85 years, women aged 60 to 85 years with cardiovascular risk factors and men and women older than 50 years with a family history of AAA

Kent KC. Screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm: A consensus statement.

J Vasc Surg 2004; 39: 267-269


AAADépistage : USPTF 2005

The USPSTF found good evidence that screening for AAA and surgical repair of large AAAs ( 5.5 cm) in men age 65 to 75 years who have ever smoked (current and former smokers) leads to decreased AAA-specific mortality.

There is good evidence that abdominal ultrasonography, performed in asetting with adequate quality assurance (…), is an accurate screening test for AAA.

Ann Intern Med. 2005; 142:198-202.


AAASuivi et Intervention

> 1 cm/an*

* CCS 2005

Sakalihasan N et al. Lancet 2005; 365: 1577-89


Canadian Cardiovascular Society Consensus Conference 2005Peripheral Arterial Disease

Beth ABRAMSON, Toronto

Sonia ANAND, Hamilton

Tom FORBES, London

Anil GUPTA ,Brampton

Ken HARRIS, London

Vic HUCKELL, Vancouver

Asad JUNAID, Winnipeg

Tom LINDSAY, Toronto

Finlay McALISTER, Edmonton

Andre ROUSSIN, Montreal

Jacqueline SAW, Vancouver

Koon TEO, Hamilton

A. G TURPIE, Hamilton

Subodh VERMA, Toronto


Recommendations CCS 2005Aneurysm Screening

Tom Lindsay


Recommendations CCS 2005AAA Follow-up Based on Initial Size

Tom Lindsay


AAATraitement médical

  • Traitement des facteurs de risque

    • Tabagisme surtout

  • B-Bloqueurs pour les AAA > 5 cm ?

    • Inefficaces pour AAA < 5 cm

    • Marfan: diminution des complications Ao.

  • IECA ? (selon observation de cohorte)

    • Réduction risque rupture: RRR ajusté 0.83

    • Pas d’effet par autres Tx HTA y compris BRA

  • Bloqueurs JNK et/ou MMP 2 - 8 - 9


AAALe rôle de JNK et des MMP

Verma S, Lindsay T. NEJM 2006; 354: 2067-8


AAALe rôle de JNK et des MMP

Verma S, Lindsay T. NEJM 2006; 354: 2067-8


Sources d'information

ACC/AHA 2005 guidelines on PAD

www.acc.org

www.americanheart.org

.org

Consensus canadien 2005 MAP

Can J Cardiol 2005; 21(12): 997-1006

www.ccs.ca


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