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Concept Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
Academic Article Utilizing Post-Intervention Fractional Flow Reserve to Optimize Acute Results and the Relationship to Long-Term Outcomes.
Academic Article Clinical and angiographic predictors of persistently ischemic fractional flow reserve after percutaneous revascularization.
Academic Article Clinical and prognostic value of poststenting fractional flow reserve in acute coronary syndromes.
Academic Article Clinical Decision-Making for the Hemodynamic "Gray Zone" (FFR 0.75-0.80) and Long-Term Outcomes.
Academic Article Letter by Uretsky et al Regarding Article, "Prognostic Value of Fractional Flow Reserve Measured Immediately After Drug-Eluting Stent Implantation".
Academic Article Use of "super-glue" to seal a perforation during chronic total occlusion coronary intervention and the potential to "unglue" it.
Academic Article Incremental Prognostic Value of Post-Intervention Pd/Pa in Patients Undergoing Ischemia-Driven Percutaneous Coronary Intervention.
Academic Article Prospective Evaluation of the Strategy of Functionally Optimized Coronary Intervention.
Academic Article Fractional Flow Reserve After Functionally Optimized Coronary Intervention Predicts Very Long-Term Outcomes.
Academic Article Is it time for a "functional" hybrid algorithm to optimize interventional results in chronic total occlusion?
Academic Article Derivation and validation of Pd/Pa in the assessment of residual ischemia post-intervention: A prospective all-comer registry.
Academic Article Elective percutaneous coronary intervention performed during contrast-induced hypotension.

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