Tag: FFR

ESC 2021: Systematic pressure wire assessment has no additional benefit at diagnostic angiography

Adding systematic fractional flow reserve (FFR) assessment to coronary angiography does not redu...

Meta-analysis shows FFR-guided PCI reduces myocardial infarction

A meta-analysis of individual patient-level data from FAME 2, DANAMI-PRIMULTI and Compare-Acute ...

Enrolment in FAST-FFR trial completed early

CathWorks has announced that its FAST-FFR trial is fully enrolled ahead of schedule. The trial i...

EuroPCR 2017: Safety of deferring stenting in acute coronary syndrome patients is OK but could improve

A pooled patient-level analysis of patients undergoing physiological assessment, with either fra...

EuroPCR 2017: Head-to-head study validates consistent performance of FFR microcatheter

ACIST Medical Systems announced results from the ACIST-FFR study (Assessment of catheter-based i...

ACC 2017: “iFR may be the new standard” of physiological assessment of coronary lesions

Writing in The New England Journal of Medicine, Deepak L Bhatt (Brigham and Women’s Hospital and...

Enrolment completed for ACIST-FFR multicentre study

ACIST Medical Systems has announced that enrolment has been completed in its ACIST-FFR study—Assessm...

AHA 2016: Mortality rate with FFR-guided treatment of multivessel disease is unexpectedly high

The results of the FUTURE (Functional testing underlying revascularisation) trial indicate that ...

Standardisation paper aims to enhance uniformity of FFR in clinical practice

Gabor Toth (University Heart Centre Graz, Graz, Austria), Bernard De Bruyne (Cardiovascular Rese...

FDA approves St Jude Medical’s PressureWire X guidewire

St Jude Medical has announced the FDA clearance and launch of its PressureWire X guidewire fract...

The role of fractional flow reserve in managing STEMI patients with multivessel disease

Recent studies have indicated that complete revascularisation in patients with ST-segment elevat...