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Dear Colleague,

Over the years, there has been a great debate concerning which form of revascularization (CABG or PCI) is most appropriate for patients with three vessel coronary artery disease. FFR-guided CABG is now under intense investigation and may have an important role in determining which angiographic lesions should be bypassed.

In this timely whitepaper, Dr. Filip Casselman and Dr. Johan Van der Merwe, Aalst (BE), share case studies to illustrate the potential role of FFR in assessing three-vessel coronary artery disease.
Fractional Flow Reserve - Can It Improve Physician Decision Making In Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting?

Filip Casselman, Johan Van der Merwe

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Interventional Cardiology Review is a tri-annual journal aimed at assisting time-pressured physicians to stay abreast of key advances and opinion in the coronary and structural interventions. Aimed at educating interventional cardiologists, ICR provides comprehensive update on a range of pertinent issues to support physicians in continuously developing their knowledge and effectiveness in day-to-day clinical practice. For free access to the journal, please visit www.icrjournal.com
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