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Crossing chronic total occlusions with the Ocelot system: the initial European experience

EuroIntervention 2013;9:854-862 published online ahead of print July 2013. DOI: 10.4244/EIJV9I7A139

Arne Schwindt
Arne Schwindt1*, MD; Bernhard Reimers2, MD; Dierk Scheinert3, MD; Matthew Selmon4, MD; John P. Pigott5, MD; Jon C. George6, MD; Greg Robertson7, MD; Sean Janzer8, MD; Huey B. McDaniel9, MD; Gataum V. Shrikhande10, MD; Giovanni Torsello1, MD; Johannes Schaefers1, MD; Salvatore Saccà2, MD; Francesco Versaci2, MD
1. St. Franziskus-Hospital, Münster, Germany; 2. Mirano Hospital, Mirano, Italy; 3. Heart Center-University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany; 4. Heart Hospital of Austin, Austin, TX, USA; 5. Jobst Vascular Institute, Toledo, OH, USA; 6. Deb

Aims: The aim of the study was to determine the safety, efficacy and feasibility of a new chronic total occlusion (CTO)

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