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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
PCI guidance with physiology and Co-registration Video

PCI guidance with physiology and Co-registration

In this program, Dr. Jeremias reviews and discusses key elements of iFR, its value in many lesion sets to understand the ischemic profile of lesions along the coronary vasculature as well as iFR’s role in facilitating PCI planning strategies, particularly for serial, diffuse and long lesions.
See clearly, treat optimally: using physiology and imaging to guide PCI Video

See clearly, treat optimally: using physiology and imaging to guide PCI

Using imaging and physiology to guide PCI. A live workshop case presentation from Baylor Scott& White Heart and Vascular Hospital- Plano, TX
See clearly and treat optimally with SyncVision’s iFR Co-registration Document

See clearly and treat optimally with SyncVision’s iFR Co-registration

With iFR Co-registration there is no need for hyperemic drugs, no need for time consuming pullback devices and no need for guesswork
Why should you use iFR Co-registration? Video

Why should you use iFR Co-registration?

iFR Co-registration graphically displays the iFR drop along the angiogram, highlighting which portion of the vessel is ischemic.
Advanced Physiologic Guidance Video

Advanced Physiologic Guidance

Physiologic lesion assessment not only identifies ischemia but can help to define and confirm optimal results post PCI. Click here to Learn More and hear from Experts
DEFINE PCI Unseen focal lesions cause residual ischemia Document

DEFINE PCI Unseen focal lesions cause residual ischemia

1 in 4 patients with angiographically successful PCI left the cath lab with residual ischemia.Of the patients with residual ischemia, 81.6% were caused by an untreated angiographically inapparent physiologically focal stenosis (? 15 mm).