Landmark Evidence, Ease of Use, Cost-effectiveness - The Importance of Fractional Flow Reserve in Daily Practice

 

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Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) remains one of the most validated and accurate lesion assessment tools and is supported by an unprecedented legacy of randomized outcome trials, including DEFER, FAME and FAME 2. Nico Pijls, MD from Catharina Hospital, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, shares his insight into FFR and its role in clinical practice. The video “Landmark Evidence, Ease of Use, Cost-effectiveness: The Importance of FFR in Daily Practice” offers excellent information for interventional cardiologists currently using FFR or for those considering the use of FFR in their clinical practice.

Support: This presentation was supported by a grant from St. Jude Medical.

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Nico Pijls, MD from Catharina Hospital, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, shares his insight into Fractional Flow Reserve and its role in clinical practice.