How could fully bioresorbable vascular scaffolds improve PCI outcomes?

With an unrestricted educational grant from ABBOTT VASCULAR

Chairperson: P.W. Serruys
Co-chairperson: T.F. Lüscher
React@PCR moderator: J.A. Oreglia

Learning Objectives

  • To understand how PCI results could be further improved with fully bioresorbable vascular scaffolds
  • To learn more about all possible additional benefits of bioresorbable vascular scaffolds
  • To obtain a better understanding on the frequency of post-PCI angina and how fully bioresorbable vascular scaffolds could further decrease it

Presentations available when logged in:

  • Session objectives
  • The unmet clinical need in PCI
  • The additional benefits of fully bioresorbable vascular scaffolds - An overview
  • Post-PCI angina: overview on the available data
  • Could bioresorbable vascular scaffolds lead to a reduction in ischaemia post-PCI: an hypothesis
  • Session evaluation and key learnings