Retrograde techniques and the impact of operator volume on percutaneous intervention for coronary chronic total occlusions an early U.S. experience.

@article{Thompson2009RetrogradeTA,
  title={Retrograde techniques and the impact of operator volume on percutaneous intervention for coronary chronic total occlusions an early U.S. experience.},
  author={Craig A. Thompson and John E. Jayne and John F. Robb and Bruce Jay Friedman and Aaron V. Kaplan and Bruce Hettleman and Nathaniel W. Niles and William L. Lombardi},
  journal={JACC. Cardiovascular interventions},
  year={2009},
  volume={2 9},
  pages={
          834-42
        }
}
  • Craig A. Thompson, John E. Jayne, +5 authors William L. Lombardi
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    JACC. Cardiovascular…
    2009
  • Medicine
  • OBJECTIVES Our purpose was to determine if "Japanese style" technical strategies can be successfully applied in the U.S. practice environment and to better understand the learning curve for chronic total occlusion (CTO) percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). BACKGROUND Procedural technical success remains the major limiting factor for CTO PCI, and has been unchanged over time. METHODS Demographic, procedural, and outcome data were collected on 636 consecutive patients between January… CONTINUE READING

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