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Efficiency and safety of the sirolimus eluting stent in complex coronary artery lesions after cessation of dual antiplatelet therapy: fifteen months clinical outcome of the randomised Stenting Coronary Arteries in Non-stress/benestent Disease (SCANDSTENT) trial

EuroIntervention 2007;3:309-314 - DOI10.4244/EIJV3I3A57.

Steffen Helqvist
Steffen Helqvist1, MD; Henning Kelbæk1*, MD; Leif Thuesen2, MD; Lene Kløvgaard1, RN; Lars R. Krusell2, MD; Erik Jørgensen1, MD; Hans E. Bøtker2, MD; Gunnar V. H. Jensen3, MD; Jens F. Lassen2, MD; Per Thayssen4, MD; Anders Galløe5, MD; Kari Saunamäki1, MD; for the SCANDSTENT Investigators
1. Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark; 2. Skejby Sygehus, Skejby, Denmark; 3. Roskilde Amtssygehus, Roskilde, Denmark; 4. Odense Universitetshospital, Odense, Denmark; 5. Gentofte Amtssygehus, Gentofte, Denmark

Background: The randomised Stenting Coronary Arteries in Non-stress/benestent Disease (SCANDSTENT) trial reported considerably less angiographic restenosis after implantation of sirolimus-e

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