Validation of functional state of coronary tandem lesions using computational flow dynamics.

  title={Validation of functional state of coronary tandem lesions using computational flow dynamics.},
  author={Seong-Wook Park and Jung Min Ahn and Nico H. J. Pijls and Bernard De Bruyne and Eun Bo Shim and Young-tae Kim and Soo-Jin Kang and Haegeun Song and Jong-Young Lee and Won Jang Kim and Duk Woo Park and Seung Whan Lee and Young-Hak Kim and Cheol Whan Lee and Seong-wook Park},
  journal={The American journal of cardiology},
  volume={110 11},
Functional lesion assessment for coronary tandem lesions and its clinical applications have not been thoroughly studied. The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis that the fractional flow reserve (FFR) gradient across an individual stenosis (ΔFFR) during pressure-wire pullback is a surrogate of the relative functional severity of each stenosis in coronary tandem lesions. For in vitro validation, computational flow dynamic modeling of coronary tandem lesion with various degree of stenosis… CONTINUE READING

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