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  • Figure 1: Examples of HALT in Contemporary Transcatheter Aortic Bioprostheses
  • Table A1: Dosing regimen for periperal injection of adenosine (use of a solution with 3 mg adenosine/ml)a
  • Table A2: Dosing regimen for periperal injection of adenosine (use of a solution with 5 mg adenosine/ml)a
  • Table A3: Suggestion for preparation and dosing of adenosine for intracoronary administration
  • Figure 5: ACIST-FFR Study: Magnitude and Rate of Drift
  • Figure 4: The ACIST-FFR Study Microcatheter Versus Pressure Wire FFR, Core Lab Values, by Bland Altman Analysis
  • Figure 3: The FFR-SEARCH Study: MACE at 30-day Follow-up
  • Figure 2: The FFR-SEARCH Study: Number of Lesions Per 0.01 FFR Increment
  • Figure 1: The Navvus Microcatheter
  • Table 3: Key Points of Special Clinical Situations
  • Table 2: Key Points of Performance of Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) Measurements
  • Figure 4: Errors Could be Caused if the Guide Catheter Occludes the Artery (“Wedge Pressure”) Due to a Stenosis Near the Ostium

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