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Approximately 50% of coronary events occur in previously asymptomatic patients. Thus, the early detection of the individuals at higher risk became an important research target within the current cardiology. The various clinical scores used present a predictive accuracy for ischemic events, evaluated by the ROC curve, which ranges from 0.73 to 0, 79. Therefore, the introduction of new non-invasive techniques for the detection of atherosclerosis aims to allow a more adequate classification of risk. The development of radiological techniques, fundamentally coronary angiotomography of multiple detectors (CAMD) and electron beam computed tomography-EBCT‖, demonstrated that the degree of coronary calcification correlates with endothelial lesion and individual prognosis in the long term. Notably, the calcium score has a weak correlation with the severity of coronary stenosis per se, possibly due to variations in arterial remodeling due to coronary calcification. On the other hand, the CAMD allows the detection of a small magnitude atheromatous disease, not diagnosed clinically, nor by tests provoking ischemia, or even by coronary catheterization. The clinical relevance of the small magnitude atheromatous disease diagnosed by the ACMD and its correlation with plaque vulnerability markers, mainly platelet aggregation, vascular reactivity, and inflammation are still not well determined. This is a case and control study and we will enrolled 90 patients with low and medium risk of cardiovascular event whose cases should present discrete plaques in the CAMD e controls should present none plaque in coronary stenosis
• The aim of the VIP study is to investigate the impact of vulnerability markers (inflammatory serum biomarkers for systemic vulnerability, coronary shear stress and vulnerability mapping for pancoronary vulnerability, and imaging-based plaque features for systemic vulnerability) on the rate of major adverse cardiovascular events caused by progression of the non-culprit lesion in patients with acute ST or non-ST segment elevation myocardial infarction who undergo revascularization of the culprit lesion during the acute event. Furthermore, the study will evaluate the rate of progression of non-culprit lesions towards a higher degree of vulnerability, based on coronary computed tomography angiographic assessment at 1 year after enrollment.
This study evaluates effectiveness and safety of DESyne X2 in Routine Clinical Practice.
The intermediate coronary stenoses defined by a degree of stenosis from 40 to 70 % are frequent. The Flow Fraction Reserve (FFR), realized during coronarography, is an hemodynamic evaluation by the functional impact measuring the loss of load in upstream / approval of the stenosis inthe basal state and in situation of hyperemia led by adenosine. Further to the study FAME, the threshold of definition of the significant character of one Stenosis was fixed for a value of FFR = 0,80. However, the impact forecasts intermediate values badly known rest. We hypothetized that coronary stenosis associated with borderline values of FFR 0.81-0.85 were associated with a higher rate of clinical events than those with a FFR >0.85
The primary objective of this study is to study the safety and efficacy of the BiOSS LIM C with respect to Patient oriented Composite Endpoint (PoCE) at 12 months in a "real world" left-main bifurcation population and as compared with a prespecified performance goal.
The objective of this clinical investigation is to demonstrate the superiority of an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)-guided stent implantation strategy as compared to an angiography-guided stent implantation strategy in achieving larger post-PCI lumen dimensions and improving clinical cardiovascular outcomes in patients with high-risk clinical characteristics and/or with high-risk angiographic lesions.
Comprehensive assessment of human vasodilatory effect of GLP-1 in forearm and coronary arteries
This is a prospective, randomized, controlled, multicenter, open-label study designed to assess whether Pd/Pa is non-inferior to FFR when used to guide treatment of intermediate coronary artery stenosis
This study compares angiographic and clinical outcomes in patients with long coronary lesions treated with sirolimus-eluting stent (Ultimaster stent) or everolimus-eluting stent (Xience Alpine stent). The study uses a randomized, multicenter, controlled design approach.
This study evaluates the efficacy and safety of tailored antithrombotic therapy with early (<6-month post-PCI) intensified (low-dose ticagrelor [120 mg loading, then 60 mg bid maintenance] and aspirin) and late (>6-month post-PCI) deescalated (clopidogrel alone) strategy in patients undergoing high-risk complex PCI as compared with standard Dual Antiplatelet Therapy(aspirin and clopidogrel for 12 months).