Ischaemia-driven revascularisation: the evolution of FFR in daily practice

With an unrestricted educational grant from ST. JUDE MEDICAL

Learning Objectives

  • To share the latest clinical evidence on ischaemia-driven revascularisation
  • To learn how to optimise patient outcomes in times of hospital budget constraints
  • To discover the benefits of a routine use of FFR in PCI and in the diagnostic setting

Presentations available when logged in:

  • Trends in outcomes of PCI with the routine incorporation of FFR in real practice
  • Landmark evidence, ease of use, cost-effectiveness: the importance of bringing FFR into daily practice
  • Take-home message
  • Diagnostic of ischaemia: non invasive versus invasive techniques to support workflow efficiency. Should we update the guidelines for coronary arter...
  • Introduction and objectives