Access the new issue of EuroIntervention! In this issue, we examine bailout MANTA for bailout access site closure after ProGlide failure during transfemoral TAVI; a vascular closure algorithm for transfemoral TAVI; the ACURATE versus the Evolut for valve-in-valve TAVI; redo-TAVI with an ACURATE neo2 in a SAPIEN 3; the biological differences in paclitaxel- and sirolimus-coated balloons and how they might affect treatment of coronary lesions; a debate on ischaemic and viability testing for guiding PCI; and so much more
Read this editorial on the paper from Johannes A. Ziegelmueller et al. commenting the use of transcatheter mitral valve implantation using the Tendyne device for severe mitral regurgitation.
This editorial discusses the paper of Kramer et al. on outcomes of single antiplatelet therapy after Left atrial appendage occlusion.
This editorial discusses how aortic stenosis increases myocardial resistance through two mechanisms: increasing the zero-flow pressure which shifts the resistance line right, and increasing the slope which flattens the line.
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This expert review examines the use of transcatheter mitral edge-to-edge repair (TEER) in patient populations beyond current indications, discussing the outcomes and limitations seen in these diverse patient groups.
This clinical consensus statement specifically focuses on referring physicians, providing a comprehensive algorithm for the preinterventional evaluation of patients with CTO and the current evidence for the clinical effectiveness of the procedure.
There were three distinct IVUS ostial RCA lesion morphologies: isolated ostial RCA disease, CN, and diffuse distal disease. Because the morphology may impact outcomes after DES implantation, it makes sense to evaluate ostial RCA lesion morphology with IVUS after disengagement of the guiding catheter.
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