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SYNTAX II: Utilizing contemporary PCI tools and Techniques produces CABG-like outcomes
Current Revascularization Techniques
Together contemporary techniques and technologies support that PCI could be an option for patients with complex three-vessel disease.
Low rates of revascularization, peri-procedural MI and acute ST suggest that contemporary technologies might help in reducing procedural related complications.
The SYNTAX II Trial utilizing SYNERGY™ BP-DES, physiological assessment, IVUS guidance, and contemporary state-of-the-art PCI techniques demonstrated equivalent outcomes to CABG in patients with three-vessel disease at 3-years.1
SYNTAX II Trial 3-Year Results Presentations
SYNTAX II Case Presentation By Simon Walsh
"See how utilizing new technologies such as the COMET FFR wire, Opticross HD IVUS catheter, SYNERGY Stent, ROTAPRO Atherectomy System, and JUDO Guidewires through a SYNTAX II approach to a complex case can result in optimal outcomes, leading to long term successful results.”
SYNTAX II How Imaging May Improve the Outcomes in Patients by Adrian Banning
“IVUS usage helps physicians understand lesion morphology, leading to the best clinical treatment. SYNTAX II demonstrates higher usage patterns and how that can lead to improved long-term results.”
SYNTAX II Rotational Atherectomy for Calcified Lesion Preparation by Gert Richardt
“Calcium can make treating lesions extremely difficult. Understand how to leverage the ROTAPRO Rotational Atherectomy System to combat this lesion type and how it will not only improve your patients outcomes, but speed up your case.”
SYNTAX II Rationale and Tee Up by Javier Escaned
“SYNTAX II is an all encompassing trial analyzing patient outcomes through utilizing modern techniques and technologies. Understand why this trial was started and how it can impact a physician’s practice.”