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Resting Physiologic Assessment Post PCI

Resting Physiologic Assessment Post PCI

Listen to physician experts as they discuss the results of DEFINE PCI.

  • The DEFINE PCI study of 467 patients with angiographically successful PCI found that 24% left the cath lab with residual ischemia.
  • Of the patients with residual ischemia, 81.6% of these were caused by an untreated focal stenosis (that was angiographically inapparent) that could potentially be further optimized by additional PCI.
  • What does this mean for physiologic guidance as a planning tool?  

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June 25, 2019

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Philips ELIITE Academy

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