Rotational atherectomy of undilatable coronary stents: stentablation, a clinical perspective and recommendation

EuroIntervention 2016;12:e632-e635 published online e-edition August 2016. DOI: 10.4244/EIJV12I5A103

Istvan F. Edes
István F. Édes1*, MD, PhD; Zoltán Ruzsa1, MD, PhD; György Szabó2, MD; Árpád Lux1, MD; László Gellér1, MD, PhD; Levente Molnár1, MD; Fanni Nowotta1, MD; Ágota Hajas1, MD, PhD; Bálint Szilveszter1, MD; Dávid Becker1, MD, PhD; Béla Merkely1, MD, PhD, DSc
1. Semmelweis University, Heart and Vascular Center, Budapest, Hungary; 2. György Gottsegen National Institute of Cardiology, Budapest, Hungary

Aims: Our aim was to examine procedural viability and midterm outcomes following the use of rotational atherectomy (RA) on malapposed, crippled, otherwise non-salvageable metallic stents

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