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Touching is Believing

by Naritatsu Saito Percutaneous coronary intervention for an anomalous-origin right coronary artery (RCA) can be challenging because the guide catheter support is often insufficient. We found many case reports of coronary intervention for anomalous-origin RCA published in the Journal of … Continue reading

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Don’t Dismantle the TAVR Heart Team

There is global debate how to make TAVR procedures less expensive. Some sites changed from general anesthesia to sedation, some go even beyond that and keep patients fully awake during the procedure. Some sites eliminated anesthesiologists, some even eliminated the … Continue reading

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ADAPT and Overcome – Learning to Stop the Guesswork

By Scott W. Murray, MD I have been writing for the journal for three years now and the majority of my musings have been based around the fact that using angiography and guesswork in the cath lab may be a … Continue reading

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