Secondary coronary revascularisation after coronary artery surgery

Embolic protection devices in saphenous percutaneous intervention

EuroIntervention Supplement (2009) Vol. 5 (Supplement D) D45-D50.

Cesar Morís
Cesar Morís*, MD, PhD, FESC; Iñigo Lozano, MD, PhD, FESC, FACC; María Martín, MD, PhD; Juán Rondán, MD, PhD; Pablo Avanzas, MD, PhD, FESC
Área del Corazón, Hospital Universitario Central de Asturias, Oviedo, Spain

Saphenous veins remain a source of conduit for use in surgical coronary bypass graft revascularisation procedures. Saphenous vein grafts have a progressive closure rate estimated to be 12% to 20% at the end of th

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