Impact of structural features of very thin stents implanted in unprotected left main or coronary bifurcations on clinical outcomes

Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions

23 December Dec 2019 3 months ago
  • Trabattoni D

Aim of this paper was to evaluate the independent clinical impact of stent structural features in a large cohort of patients undergoing unprotected left main (ULM) or coronary bifurcation percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with a range of very thin strut stents.

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Iannaccone M, D'Ascenzo F, Gallone G, Mitomo S, Parma R, Trabattoni D, Ryan N, Muscoli S, Venuti G, Montabone A, De Lio F, Zaccaro L, Quadri G, De Filippo O, Wojakowski W, Rognoni A, Helft G, Gallo D, De Luca L, Figini F, Imori Y, Conrotto F, Boccuzzi G, Mattesini A, Wańha W, Smolka G, Huczek Z, Rolfo C, Pennone M, Cortese B, Capodanno D, Chieffo A, Nuñez-Gil I, Morbiducci U, D'Amico M, Varbella F, Romeo F, Sheiban I, Escaned J, Garbo R, Moretti C, di Mario C, De Ferrari GM. Impact of structural features of very thin stents implanted in unprotected left main or coronary bifurcations on clinical outcomes. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv 2019 Dec 20. doi: 10.1002/ccd.28667

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