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QFR identifies non-culprit coronary lesions…

The team of Prof Gianluca Campo, Ferrara university in Italy, has carried out a very interesting study including 3 steps: 1) QFR reproducibility in non-culprit (NCL) coronary lesions; 2) diagnostic accuracy of QFR; and 3) long-term clinical outcomes of NCL stratified based on QFR. The reproducibility and accuracy were all excellent and consistent with other studies, and in this small cohort they concluded that QFR may be a reliable tool to guide coronary revascularization of NCL’s in ST-segment elevation MI patients.

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