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    • Use of the Instantaneous Wave-free Ratio or Fractional Flow Reserve in PCI. 

      Davies, J E; Sen, S; Dehbi, H-M; Al-Lamee, R.; Petraco, R; Nijjer, S S; Bhindi, R; Lehman, S J; Walters, D; Sapontis, J; Janssens, L.; Vrints, C J; Khashaba, A; Laine, M; Van Belle, E; Krackhardt, F; Bojara, W; Going, O; Härle, T; Indolfi, C; Niccoli, G; Ribichini, F; Tanaka, N; Yokoi, H; Takashima, H; Kikuta, Y; Erglis, A; Vinhas, H; Canas Silva, P; Baptista, S B; Alghamdi, A; Hellig, F; Koo, B-K; Nam, C-W; Shin, E-S; Doh, J-H; Brugaletta, S; Alegria-Barrero, E; Meuwissen, M; Piek, J J; van Royen, N; Sezer, M; Di Mario, C; Gerber, R T; Malik, I S; Sharp, Andrew; Talwar, S; Tang, K; Samady, H; Altman, J; Seto, A H; Singh, J; Jeremias, A; Matsuo, H; Kharbanda, R K; Patel, M R; Serruys, P; Escaned, J (NEJM, 2017-03-18)
      Background Coronary revascularization guided by fractional flow reserve (FFR) is associated with better patient outcomes after the procedure than revascularization guided by angiography alone. It is unknown whether the ...