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This hospital-based registry study at Istanbul Medipol University Hospital focuses on documenting and analyzing the clinical and demographic characteristics, procedural-related aspects, and both short and long-term outcomes of patients undergoing left main coronary artery percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). The study aims to identify predictors for adverse clinical outcomes in patients treated for left main coronary artery disease.
The study aimed to examine the relationship between cognitive status, exercise capacity, and fatigue perception in coronary artery disease patients.
In this retrospective study from professor Kojuri clinic registry, total number of 1017 patients with first angiography were included and all data were recorded from registry. Insulin resistance was calculated using laboratory data
To evaluate the efficacy and safety of Wedge NC Scoring Balloon Dilatation Catheter for dilating coronary stenosis during PCI in comparison with a similar product on the market.
The purpose of the study is to implement a multimodal lifestyle intervention over 3 months in individuals ≥ 60 years of age with coronary heart disease and to examine the adherence to this intervention program. The intervention focus on three main themes: physical activity, healthy nutrition and, if necessary, smoking. The framework is formed by a psychological component: views on ageing.
To validate and investigate the efficacy of comprehensive functional assessments for the diagnostic and prognostic value in NOCAD.
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a chronic disease without a definitive cure. Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is a class IA recommendation for CAD patients, that focuses on risk factor reduction and physical exercise. It comprises three stages: Phase I in the acute setting, Phase II for reconditioning, and Phase III as maintenance. Despite the effectiveness of Phase II, there is often a decline in cardiovascular risk profiles afterward due to lifestyle challenges and inadequate support. Traditional maintenance programs face limitations, such as high costs and patient-related barriers. With the increasing prevalence of mobile devices and digitalization, eHealth can enhance rehabilitation effectiveness post-discharge. Previous studies support the effectiveness of eHealth in CR maintenance.This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of the eHealth program "RehaPlus+" in motivating CAD patients for increased physical activity (PA).
The goal of this study is to compare the efficacy of a new harvesting technique for an arterial conduit(LIMA - Left Internal Mammary artery) in patients undergoing Coronary artery bypass grafting. The researcher will compare the 1. Time taken to harvest the artery 2. Flow of blood between the two techniques
The current study evaluated the diagnostic performance for myocardial ischemia of on-site automatic CCTA-derived FFR (CT-FFR) using a commercially available workstation as compared with invasive FFR as a reference. The diagnostic performance of CT-FFR was compared to that of CCTA diameter stenosis.
COMPLEX Registry is an investigator-initiated, retrospective, high-volume Polish single-center clinical registry enrolling 980 consecutive patients with complex coronary artery lesions treated percutaneously between September 2015 and December 2021. All data were collected prospectively as regards the clinical and technical endpoints. The study aimed to assess the safety and efficacy of new-generation, thin-struts DES in patients with complex CAD at long-term clinical follow-up. The primary endpoint of the study was the occurrence of TLR during follow-up. Secondary endpoints were a procedural success and the occurrence of MACE, including all-cause death, MI, or TLR.