CTO

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CTOChief Technology Officer (corporate title)
CTOChief Technical Officer (corporate title)
CTOCyprus Tourism Organisation
CTOCaribbean Tourism Organization
CTOCut Off (call centers)
CTOConsent to Operate (India)
CTOCity of Thousand Oaks (California)
CTOCheck This Out (chat)
CTOClick Through Order
CTOCancelled to Order
CTOCycle-Init Timeout
CTOConfigure to Order
CTOChief Technology Officer
CTOCall Transfer Outside
CTOChronic Total Occlusion
CTOCoal-to-Olefins (process)
CTOCape Town Opera (Cape Town, South Africa)
CTOCancelled to Order (cancellation postmark)
CTOCommunity Treatment Order (psychiatric term for forced drugging outside hospital context)
CTOCommonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (UK)
CTOCommercial Travel Office (Defense Finance and Accounting Service)
CTOCompensatory Time Off
CTOCentral Ticket Office
CTOConnection Timed Out
CTOConfigured To Order
CTOComposés Traces Organiques (French: Trace Organic Contaminants)
CTOCombined Transport Operator
CTOColorado Tourism Office
CTOCorporate Technology Operations (various companies)
CTOClub de Tir de l'Ouest (French: West Shooting Club)
CTOCompte Titre Ordinaire (French: Ordinary Account Title)
CTOCity Ticket Office
CTOCorporate Travel Online (various companies)
CTOControl Tower Operator
CTOCentral Telegraph Office
CTOColor Temperature Orange (photography)
CTOCertificate to Operate (USAF system certification)
CTOCertificate to Operate
CTOComputer Tasking Order
CTOCells Tissues Organs
CTOCentre de Transformation Optimisé (French: Optimized Processing Center)
CTOConsumer-Technical Insights
CTOCentre for Terrestrial Ecology (Heteren, Gelderland, The Netherlands)
CTOCancel To Order (stamp collecting)
CTOCustomized to Order
CTOCommunications Tasking Order (US Air Force)
CTOContainer Terminal Operator
CTOCervical-Thoracic Orthosis
CTOContract Travel Office
CTOChief Transport Officer
CTOCompagnie Téléphonique de l'Ouest (French: Telephone Company of the West)
CTOCertified Television Operator (Society of Broadcast Engineers)
CTOChief Telecommunications Officer
CTOContrôles Techniques de l'Omois (French engineering company)
CTOCombined Test Organization (US Army)
CTOCost Take Out
CTOClinical Technology Organisation
CTOCadet Training Officer
CTOConventional Takeoff
CTOCommercial Taxes Officer (India)
CTOCommander Task Unit
CTOCommercial Transportation Office
CTOCentral Texas Opportunities (USA)
CTOCrack Tip Opening
CTOCorrections Training Officer (law enforcement)
CTOColor, Taste and Odor (water purification)
CTOContract Tracking and Oversight
CTOCertified Tradeable Offset
CTOContribution Towards Overhead
CTOControlled Transient Oscillation
CTOConsejo Técnico Operativo
CTOCognizant Transportation Office
CTOCampus Technology Operations (Sprint)
CTOCadet Third Officer
CTOCampus Teaching Observatory (University of Florida)
CTO(USN Rating) Cryptologic Technician (Communications)
CTOConsolidated Tasking Order
CTOCut-Through Operation
CTOControl Technology Office
CTOChange Task Order
CTOCounter-Terrorist Operative (gaming)
CTOConcurrent Test and Operations (Army)
CTOController Training Outline
CTOContinental Test Organization
CTOCommander's Training Objective (US Army)
CTOClerical Training Officer
CTOContinental Trade Organisation (Belgium)
CTOConfocal/TEM Overlay
CTOConcentration of Total Oxygen (also seen as ctO2)
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Blocking due to thrombolysis, identified with coronary angiography characterized by Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infartion (TIMI) flow of 0 lasting for more than three months is termed as chronic total occlusion (CTO) of coronary artery.
Due to recurrent angina pectoris (CCS III) and dyspnoe (NYHA III), a coronary angiography was performed exhibiting an occlusion of the IMA bypass graft, a high-grade stenosis of the left main coronary artery (LCA) and a chronic total occlusion (CTO) of the right coronary artery (RCA).
Recanalization of chronic total occlusion cases: A critical appraisal of current devices and techniques.
In this report, we would like to present a case of interventricular septal hematoma after retrograde intervention for a chronic total occlusion and the chronological change of echocardiographic and magnetic resonance imaging.
Chronic total occlusion, a complete blockage of the coronary artery, sometimes referred to as the "final frontier in interventional cardiology," represents a major challenge for catheter-based percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI).
All 3 groups of CKD had multivessel coronary artery disease with almost similar evidence of left main lesion LAD proximal lesion osteal lesion chronic total occlusion in-stent restenosis long lesion or complex lesion.
Approximately 40-65% of the STEMI patients have multivessel disease (MVD) and 10% to 13% of the patients have a chronic total occlusion (CTO) in a non-IRA [3-6].
Stent-supported recanalization of chronic total occlusion of ICVA can be a viable option with an acceptable safety profile in selected patients.
Al Qasimi Hospital in Sharjah has introduced the BridgePoint chronic total occlusion system for treatment of clogged arteries which prevent blood circulation to the heart.
Cardiologists update their instruction and guide to recanalization as a treatment for chronic total occlusion (CTO), emphasizing recent developments in the specialized equipment and techniques that make it a more attractive choice than in years past.
Conclusion: Results of our study may implicate the presence of fQRS on electrocardiogram as a predictor of a poorly grown CCC in patients with chronic total occlusion without prior Ml.
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