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Aortic stenosis and coronary artery disease: What do we know? What don’t we know? A comprehensive review of the literature with proposed treatment algorithms.

Monday, June 30, 2014

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Source Name: European Heart Journal


Paradis JM, Fried J, Nazif T, Kirtane A, Harjai K, Khalique O, Grubb K, George I, Hahn R, Williams M, Leon MB, Kodali S.

The incidence of coronary artery disease among patients with severe aortic stenosis and candidates for TAVI ranges from 40 to 75%. In the absence of randomized trials, the management of these patients remains to be established. In this paper, the authors offer a good overview of the subject and propose an algorithm for treatment.

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