Comparison of bioresorbable vs durable polymer drug-eluting stents in unprotected left main (from the RAIN-CARDIOGROUP VII Study)

BMC Cardiovasc Disord

22 May May 2020 2 months ago
  • Trabattoni D

In patients with bifurcations or ULM treated with ultrathin stents BP-DES seems to perform similarly to DP-DES: the trends toward improved clinical outcomes in patients treated with the BP-DES might potentially be of value for speculating the stent choice in selected high-risk subgroups of patients at increased risk of ischemic events.

Reference

Iannaccone M, Barbero U, De Benedictis M, Imori Y, Quadri G, Trabattoni D, Ryan N, Venuti G, Montabone A, Wojakowski W, Rognoni A, Helft G, Parma R, De Luca L, Autelli M, Boccuzzi G, Mattesini A, Templin C, Cerrato E, Wańha W, Smolka G, Huczek Z, Tomassini F, Cortese B, Capodanno D, Chieffo A, Nuñez-Gil I, Gili S, Bassignana A, di Mario C, Doronzo B, Omedè P, D'Amico M, Tedeschi D, Varbella F, Luscher T, Sheiban I, Escaned J, Rinaldi M, D'Ascenzo F. Comparison of bioresorbable vs durable polymer drug-eluting stents in unprotected left main (from the RAIN-CARDIOGROUP VII Study). BMC Cardiovasc Disord 2020 May 15;20(1):225. doi: 10.1186/s12872-020-01420-5.

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