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 - Impella 2.5
Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
Heart failure and complex coronary artery disease are persistent problems in the U.S. and a significant beneficiary of healthcare dollars. A model of care emerging for these patients is a strategy that focuses on the continuum of care. At Ochsner Medical Centers Heart and Vascular Institute in...
 - Transradial recovery cath lounge
Sponsored by an educational grant from Terumo
While a plethora of research has reinforced the clinical benefits of performing catheter-based proceduresdiagnostic and PCIvia the radial artery compared with the femoral artery, some hospital executives question whether the fiscal and workflow benefits of employing this technique will be equally...
 - MUSE Cardiology
Sponsored by an educational grant from GE Healthcare
Sharp HealthCare is a not-for-profit, integrated regional healthcare delivery system that includes four acute-care hospitals, three specialty hospitals and two medical groups and multiple clinics in the San Diego area.
The Economic & Practical Considerations of Utilizing FFR
Sponsored by an educational grant from St. Jude Medical
Since the clinical benefits of fractional flow reserve (FFR) were confirmed with the release of the FAME study in January 2009, the technology has gained wider adoption. To assess its impact on contemporary cath labs, five interventionalists came together from across the U.S. to discuss the...
Sponsored by an educational grant from Hansen Medical
The field of electrophysiology is increasingly moving toward performing more and more complex cardiac arrhythmia procedures. These procedures, which can last up to four hours, demand steady hands, a sturdy back and great concentration.