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30 March 2017

Integration of physiology into Complex PCI

Dr Jonathan Hill

King's College Hospital

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Summary

Dr Hill makes a case for integrating the use of FFR, in conjunction with Boston Scientific, into complex PCI routinely. Here, integration of an Asahi wire, with Boston called the ‘Comet’ design aims to improve the ability of the FFR wire in order to use this as a standard ‘workhorse’ wire.

We should be aiming to integrate physiological assessments into complex PCI, which includes ACS patients and those with challenging, complex anatomy.

Summary

Dr Hill makes a case for integrating the use of FFR, in conjunction with Boston Scientific, into complex PCI routinely. Here, integration of an Asahi wire, with Boston called the ‘Comet’ design aims to improve the ability of the FFR wire in order to use this as a standard ‘workhorse’ wire.

We should be aiming to integrate physiological assessments into complex PCI, which includes ACS patients and those with challenging, complex anatomy.

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