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9 December 2016

Virtual fractional flow reserve: computer modelled coronary physiology from angiography

Dr Paul Morris

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Dr Paul Morris, BHF clinical research training fellow at University of Sheffield, discusses the possibility of generating a virtual factional flow reverse from coronary angiography data. He outlines the potential benefits and reviews the results of the VIRTU1, which demonstrates the feasibility of vFFR in simple cases.

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Summary

Dr Paul Morris, BHF clinical research training fellow at University of Sheffield, discusses the possibility of generating a virtual factional flow reverse from coronary angiography data. He outlines the potential benefits and reviews the results of the VIRTU1, which demonstrates the feasibility of vFFR in simple cases.

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