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This registry will provide exploratory and descriptive information regarding contemporary practice patterns of parenteral antiplatelet therapy in the PCI (Percutaneous Coronary Intervention) setting and will investigate as well the short-term effectiveness and safety of the currently available parenteral antiplatelet agents in a cohort of "real-world" patients undergoing PCI in Spain.


Clinical Trial Description

The present study is an observational, multicenter, nationwide, prospective investigation in patients undergoing PCI due to any coronary syndrome (acute or chronic) and receiving parenteral antiplatelet agents, GPIs or cangrelor, as per clinical practice during the procedure. This investigation will provide exploratory and descriptive information regarding contemporary practice patterns of parenteral antiplatelet therapy in the PCI setting and will evaluate the short-term effectiveness and safety of the currently available parenteral antiplatelet agents in a cohort of patients undergoing PCI in Spain. Approximately 15 high-volume PCI-capable Spanish centers will participate in the present investigation with the intention to enroll circa 1.000 patients. The study is purely observational and no intervention will be performed in the included subjects because due to their participation in this investigation. Patients fulfilling inclusion and exclusion criteria will be included after providing written informed consent to participate in the current investigation. Patient characteristics, procedural details and pharmacological therapies will be collected after inclusion and clinical events will be registered at two time points: 48 hours and 30 days. ;


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NCT number NCT05193019
Study type Observational
Source Fundación EPIC
Contact José Luis Ferreiro Gutiérrez, MD, PhD
Phone +34 93 2607539
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase
Start date March 1, 2022
Completion date December 1, 2023

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