Richard Lim

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Exercise brachial blood pressure (BP) predicts mortality, but because of wave reflection, central (ascending aortic) pressure differs from brachial pressure. Exercise central BP may be clinically important, and a noninvasive means to derive it would be useful. The purpose of this study was to test the validity of a noninvasive technique to derive exercise(More)
Despite major advances in coronary intervention, the recanalization of a chronic total oc-clusion (CTO) remains a challenge for many interventional cardiologists. Complex anatomy and le-sion characteristics demand a special set of skills for procedural success. Provided patient selection is appropriate, CTO intervention can confer a variety of benefits(More)
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