Management of patients with multilevel atherosclerosis

Summary

While we are used to treating coronary artery disease, interventional cardiologists need to keep in mind that many of these patients have a silent form of vascular involvement because of atherosclerosis. S. Redwood, F. Ribichini and M. Roffi focus on this complex topic and the implications of taking charge of patients with diffuse disease. What current evidence exists in this often older and sicker population? On what level should management begin? Why is the best treatment one that is provided by a clinician working with a team of dedicated specialists in a “patient-centred” approach? Learn the details here…