Use FFR to Determine the Culprit Lesion

A strong body of clinical evidence supports FFR (fractional flow reserve) usage to identify ischemia producing lesions and shows improved outcomes over angio-guided procedures alone.

What is FFR? 

FFR is the maximum flow down a vessel in the presence of stenosis compared to maximum flow in the hypothetical absence of the stenosis. FFR is the maximum flow down a vessel in the presence of stenosis compared to maximum flow in the hypothetical absence of the stenosis.

FFR is the maximum flow down a vessel in the presence of stenosis compared to maximum flow in the hypothetical absence of the stenosis.