BRS in long lesions - Optimising implantations results


By beginning with the question of what in fact constitutes a long lesion, M. Haude and N.E.J. West lead us through an illuminating discussion of bioresorbable scaffolds and why, with increasing experience they pose a valid alternative to the former dependence on a “full metal jacket” philosophy.

What are the procedural aspects that differ with BRS that are essential in their good deployment? What are the specific pitfalls or structural concerns about these devices when used in long lesions? And what about DAPT? Learn more on where we stand today with the clinical uses of BRS…