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The field of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) remains extremely active, with major advances involving revascularisation strategies and techniques, adjuvant antithrombotic therapy (with a ...

European Heart Journal, CURRENT OPINION, Philippe Gabriel Steg, Patrick W. Serruys, Mohammad Abdelghani, William Wijns

Date : 21/01/2016
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Aims Although drug-eluting stents have assumed a dominant role in interventional cardiology, concern has been raised about the potential for long-term adverse outcomes, including death. Methods and ...

European Heart Journal, Holmes, David R., Moses, Jeffrey W., Schofer, Joachim, Morice, Marie-Claude, Schampaert, Erick, Leon, Martin B.

Date : 01/12/2006
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Preamble The field of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) remains extremely active, with major advances involving revascularisation strategies and techniques, adjuvant antithrombotic therapy ...

European Heart Journal, Steg, Philippe Gabriel, Serruys, Patrick W., Abdelghani, Mohammad, Wijns, William

Date : 21/01/2016
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The principle author (D.R.H.) reviewed each of the deaths and then came to a separate conclusion irrespective of what the DSMB, the CEC, or the sponsor might have wanted. [...]the intent was not to ...

European Heart Journal, Holmes, David R.

Date : 01/02/2007 Item size : 91947 bytes
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Abstract Aims Although drug-eluting stents have assumed a dominant role in interventional cardiology, concern has been raised about the potential for long-term adverse outcomes, including ...

European Heart Journal, Holmes, David R., Moses, Jeffrey W., Schofer, Joachim, Morice, Marie-Claude, Schampaert, Erick, Leon, Martin B.

Date : 01/12/2006 Item size : 297669 bytes
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Preamble The field of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) remains extremely active, with major advances involving revascularisation strategies and techniques, adjuvant antithrombotic therapy ...

European Heart Journal, Steg, Philippe Gabriel, Serruys, Patrick W., Abdelghani, Mohammad, Wijns, William

Date : 21/01/2016 Item size : 382322 bytes