The FISH&CHIPS Study: Real-world Study Reveals Significant Reduction in All-cause and Cardiovascular Mortality

Published: 23 October 2023

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Overview

FISH&CHIPS two-year key outcomes associated with availability of FFRCT include:

  • A significant 14% relative reduction in cardiovascular mortality and a significant 8% relative reduction in all-cause mortality.
  • An increase in cath lab efficiency, driven by a 5% relative reduction in invasive cardiac angiography (ICA) and an 8% relative increase in Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI).
  • A 14% relative reduction in additional non-invasive heart testing following CCTA.
  • High prognostic value for FFRCT whereby patients with severely abnormal FFRCT values (≤0.50) had a 2x risk of all-cause death and a 3x risk of non-fatal MI compared to patients with normal FFRCT values.
     

Learn from our esteemed panel’s discussion with the PI of this important study. Delve into the details of the design, analyse the results and understand what led to these impressive benefits for patients and the cath lab. 


FISH&CHIPS is real world, multi-centre, retrospective study including more than 90,000 patients assessing at a national level the incremental impact of adding FFRCT to a CCTA-first diagnostic paradigm for evaluating and managing coronary artery disease (CAD). The study was conducted in England and was funded by UK Medical Research Council (MRC).1,2.


In a dynamic interview format, our esteemed panelists will explore the nuances of the FISH&CHIPS study.


This video series is an essential event for cardiologists seeking to learn more about the modern way to diagnose CAD. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights from our esteemed panel and stay at the forefront of advancements in diagnosis and management of CAD using CCTA and FFRCT.
 

Recorded on-site at ESC Congress 2023, Amsterdam. 
For more information about the FISH&CHIPS study and the HeartFlow FFRCT analysis visit: HeartFlow.com

 

References:
1. Presented at the European Society of Cardiology congress (ESC) 26 August, 2023 by Dr Timothy Fairbairn.
2. European Heart Journal, Volume 44, October 2023, publication pending.
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Learning Objectives

  • Learn about the real-world FISH&CHIPS study which highlights the positive impact of implementing HeartFlow’s FFRCT analysis for diagnosis of coronary artery disease
  • Learn about significant reduction in all-cause and cardiovascular mortality for CCTA coupled with FFRCT versus CCTA alone

Target Audience

  • General Cardiologists
  • Interventional Cardiologists
  • Radiologists
  • Nurses
  • Health Care Professionals

More from this programme

Part 1

Expert Panel Discussion of the FISH&CHIPS Study

Chaired by Prof Derek Connolly, (Birmingham City Hospital, UK), this panel of experts focuses their discussion on the FISH&CHIPS study and how HeartFlow FFRCT in stable heart disease and coronary CT helps to improve patient care and societal costs in the NHS system.

Part 2

FFRCT in FISH&CHIPS

This interview with Prof Derek Connolly, (Birmingham City Hospital, UK), focuses on the results of the FISH&CHIPS study and how HeartFlow FFRCT in stable heart disease and coronary CT helps to improve patient care and societal costs in the NHS system.
Prof Connolly reviews the strengths of the study and why the results are so important.

Part 3

The FISH&CHIPS Study

This interview with Prof Vijay Kunadian (Newcastle University, UK) focuses on the results of the FISH&CHIPS study and how HeartFlow FFRCT in stable heart disease and coronary CT helps to improve patient care and societal costs in the NHS system.
Prof Kunadian reviews the strengths of the study and why the results are so important.
 

Part 4

Details of the FISH&CHIPS Study

This interview with Dr Timothy Fairbairn (Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK) focuses on the results of the FISH&CHIPS study and how HeartFlow FFRCT in stable heart disease and coronary CT helps to improve patient care and societal costs in the NHS system. As study PI, Dr Fairbairn provides insights into the nuances of the study and why the results are so impressive.

Part 5

Data From the FISH&CHIPS Study

This interview with Prof Jonathon Leipsic, (University of British Columbia, CA) focuses on the results of the FISH&CHIPS study and how HeartFlow FFRCT in stable heart disease and coronary CT helps to improve patient care and societal costs in the NHS system.
Prof Leipsic provides his perspective on the study and why the results are so important.
 

Faculty Biographies

Jonathon A Leipsic

Jonathon A Leipsic

Chairman

Jonathon Leipsic is Chairman of the Department of Radiology for Providence Health Care and the Vice Chairman of Research for the UBC Department of Radiology. 

He is Professor of Radiology and Cardiology at the University of British Columbia, and has over 400 peer reviewed manuscripts in press and print and is also the editor of 2 textbooks. 

 

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