Rationale and design of the precise percutaneous coronary intervention plan (P3) study: Prospective evaluation of a virtual computed tomography-based percutaneous intervention planner

Clin Cardiol

6 Marzo Mar 2021 8 months ago
  • Andreini D

Fractional flow reserve (FFR) measured after percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) has been identified as a surrogate marker for vessel related adverse events. FFR can be derived from standard coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA). Moreover, the FFR derived from coronary CTA (FFRCT ) Planner is a tool that simulates PCI providing modeled FFRCT values after stenosis opening.

Aim: To validate the accuracy of the FFRCT Planner in predicting FFR after PCI with invasive FFR as a reference standard.

Reference

Nagumo S, Collet C, Norgaard BL, Otake H, Ko B, Koo BK, Leipsic J, Andreini D, Heggermont W, Jensen JM, Takahashi Y, Ihdayhid A, Zhang Z, Barbato E, Maeng M, Mizukami T, Bartunek J, Updegrove A, Penicka M, Rogers C, Taylor C, De Bruyne B, Sonck J. Rationale and design of the precise percutaneous coronary intervention plan (P3) study: Prospective evaluation of a virtual computed tomography-based percutaneous intervention planner. Clin Cardiol 2021 Mar 3. doi: 10.1002/clc.23551

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