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A EuroIntervention state of the art on glucose management, diabetes and PCI; a mini focus on chronic total occlusions; early spontaneous reperfusion in patients with STEMI; quantitative flow and resistance reserve measurements for coronary microvascular function; balloon aortic valvuloplasty vs medical therapy for patients with severe aortic stenosis needing urgent non-cardiac surgery; IVUS and OFDI in peripheral interventions; and more…

EuroIntervention 2021;17:.

In recent months we implemented a new system concerning accepted articles and which I hope will find favour with our authors and readership. Let me explain by starting with a small premise: for several years, EuroIntervention has offered its readers the opportunity to see their articles published online a few days after acceptance in a preliminary form called “JAA” (Just Accepted Article). In other journals this option goes by many names including “Early view” or “Early access”. There are advantages and disadvantages with this approach, as with everything. The advantage is that the article ...

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