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A state-of-the art on PCI of bifurcation lesions; a novel risk score for selecting triple vs dual antithrombotic therapy in AF patients; the WOEST 2 registry; improvements in remote myocardial perfusion after CTO revascularisation; radiation reduction in the cath lab; TAVI-related ischaemic strokes, and more...

EuroIntervention 2022;18:e-e.

Davide Capodanno
Davide Capodanno
I am always a bit unsure when it comes to answering questions regarding whether the future of EuroIntervention should be digital or printed. Fortunately, on this specific question, it’s not up to me – that decision belongs to our Publisher.

In fact, after each EuroPCR (where course participants who are also PCR Companions receive a year of free subscription, did you know that?), many of us have been asked to choose whether we prefer a digital or printed version of EuroIntervention. My own answer has been "digital" for many years, because it seemed to me that this ...

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