In this issue articles look at carotid artery stenting using the CGuard MicroNet-covered embolic prevention system; the impact of concomitant mitral regurgitation in severe AS; animal experiments using a new bioresorbable septal defect occlusion device; the long-term impact of permanent vs. bioresorbable DES and, from the LEADERS FREE trial, a cost-effectiveness analysis of drug-coated (DCS) vs. bare metal stents (BMS) in patients at high risk of bleeding.
We are particularly honored to welcome Dr. Ted Feldman as North America Editor of EuroIntervention journal.
"In 2017, we celebrated the 40th anniversary of Andreas Gruentzig’s first percutaneous coronary intervention, while the incredible journey of interventional cardiology did not stop! Read a special review of the most important publications and research in the field published in high impact factor journals in the past 12 months." Davide Capodanno"Interventional Cardiology: Review of the year 2017" by Rodrigo Modolo, et al.
This month articles focus on which protective devices could lower radiation doses received by the brain, a step-by-step manual for planning and performing bifurcation PCI; 30-day outcomes in the SAVI-TF registry using the ACURATE neo prosthesis; a meta-analysis of how bioprosthetic aortic valve leaflet thrombosis detected by MDCT is associated with adverse cerebrovascular events and a study looking at patients admitted with cardiovascular events attributed to bare metal and first- and second-generation DES failure.
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