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SYNERGY Stent Shows Positive Real-World Outcomes and Potential Evidence of Early Healing
The SYNERGY BP Stent demonstrated the numerically lowest stent thrombosis rates compared to other DES, despite being used in patients with more complex disease.1 The SCAAR registry is a national, 20-hospital registry of data relating to stent performance in Sweden.
Lowest stent thrombosis rate compared to newer generation DES (n-DES) despite use in patients with statistically more Class B2/C Lesions, Diabetes, Prior PCI, and 3VD.1
Low Event Rates after Early DAPT Discontinuation in Complex Patients2In a retrospective, single-center analysis of 100 extremely complex patients from Belfast, Ireland, the use of the SYNERGY stent allowed for early discontinuation of DAPT, without an increase in the incidence of stent thrombosis, MI and cardiac death at 12 Months.
12-Month Clinical Outcomes
The SYNERGY Stent’s real-world evidence shows positive outcomes in complex groups of patients, and the option to discontinue DAPT if the need arises.