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AngioSculpt Evo Video

AngioSculpt Evo

Philips AngioSculpt Evo scoring balloon catheter is designed to maximize gain and minimize risk.
IVUS guided stent optimization case review with Dr. Jimmy Kerrigan Video

IVUS guided stent optimization case review with Dr. Jimmy Kerrigan

Workflow for a bifurcation PCI using Philips IVUS and SyncVision Co-registration to guide stent treatment
DEFINE PCI Unseen focal lesions cause residual ischemia Document

DEFINE PCI Unseen focal lesions cause residual ischemia

Understand ischemia as mapped by iFR pullback and its implications for procedural improvement.
DEFINE PCI: A discussion of the 1-year results Video

DEFINE PCI: A discussion of the 1-year results

1 year results from the DEFINE PCI study: Residual ischemia and the value of physiologic guidance for PCI
How does laser atherectomy actually work Video

How does laser atherectomy actually work

How does laser atherectomy work and what is the learning curve to using it in coronaries?
Is there a learning curve to using laser atherectomy? Video

Is there a learning curve to using laser atherectomy?

Dr. Kevin Croce from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston gives a brief explanation of the basic mechanisms of laser atherectomy from his extensive experience as a CHIP interventionalist and user of the technology.
Coronary ISR An Algorithmic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment Document

Coronary ISR An Algorithmic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment

In stent restenosis is the re-narrowing of a stented artery segment and is defined based on angiographic and/or clinical criteria. Mehran’s classification system describes the morphologic classifications of ISR—focal, diffuse, proliferative, or...
Laser efficiency and operations Video

Laser efficiency and operations

with Dr. Steve Marso
CTO cap management Video

CTO cap management

with Dr. Steve Marso
A clear treatment strategy for ISR Document

A clear treatment strategy for ISR

ISR cases are one of the most complex challenges, often resulting in costly and lengthy procedures, that require a high degree of personalization.
Six scenarios in which to consider IVUS for coronary artery disease Document

Six scenarios in which to consider IVUS for coronary artery disease

IVUS may help determine: Diffuse disease, Ostial disease, Ambiguous angiogram, Bifurcation lesions, Left main, 2-Repeat patients.
Calcified lesion Video

Calcified lesion

Information on the calcified lesion here.