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Our mission is to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease in Europe through percutaneous cardiovascular interventions.
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EuroIntervention is a monthly peer-reviewed journal of interventional cardiovascular medicine that has become one of the benchmarks in its field. Not only is it the official journal of EuroPCR and but also of the EAPCI. The Journal is endorsed by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and has a distinguished European and International editorial board led by Prof Patrick W. Serruys from the Erasmus MC, Rotterdam.
This month? With insights from a US registry on PCI of CTOs or a European registry on the Direct Flow Medical aortic valve system, this edition also has articles on IVUS-guidance for stent thrombosis, an in vivo look at FFR for assessing the haemodynamics of coronary tandem lesions or the final results of the EXCELLA II/ DESyne stent trial.
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