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Cardiology Today's Intervention look at trends and controversies in cardiology.

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Complexities of Cardiogenic Shock

Cardiology Today's Intervention, January/February 2018
The patient with acute MI and cardiogenic shock has long presented physicians with a puzzle in dire need of solving. However, the complex and urgent…
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The DCB Revolution

Cardiology Today's Intervention, November/December 2017
In recent years, advances in endovascular therapy have expanded the treatment options for patients with peripheral artery disease. Although…
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The Evolution of Angioplasty

Cardiology Today's Intervention, September/October 2017
When Andreas Grüntzig, MD, performed the first coronary angioplasty in a human patient in September 1977 in Zurich, Switzerland, he forever altered…
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Future Directions: Projections for the Coming Years

Cardiology Today's Intervention, September/October 2017
There will be movement toward more complex PCI, the technology for CTO PCI will grow exponentially and perhaps there will be some light at the end of…
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Definitions of CLI vary, can be vexing

Cardiology Today's Intervention, July/August 2017
One of the challenges of treating critical limb ischemia is its definition. The definition of CLI has changed over time. Today, different medical…
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Collaboration to Conquer Critical Limb Ischemia

Cardiology Today's Intervention, July/August 2017
As the prevalence of critical limb ischemia reaches epidemic proportions, interventional cardiologists, radiologists and surgeons are seeking answers…
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New Advances, Old Challenges

Cardiology Today's Intervention, May/June 2017
Traditionally, PCI has been considered less effective than CABG in revascularization of patients with diabetes, especially those with multivessel…
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A Matter of Time

Cardiology Today's Intervention, March/April 2017
It has been more than 2 years since groundbreaking research was published showing that endovascular thrombectomy improved outcomes in patients with…
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The Evolution of Dissolution

Cardiology Today's Intervention, January/February 2017
Bioabsorbable/bioresorbable stents or scaffolds embody what many consider the ideal scenario for coronary stenting: A prosthetic device that, once…
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A Multitude of Options

Cardiology Today's Intervention, November/December 2016
The use of endovascular technologies and techniques for the treatment of patients with deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism remains an emerging…