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Can PdPa or contrast be used as a substitute for iFR/FFR? And how does right arterial pressure impact physiological assessment?

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  • 19 Feb 2018
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PdPa Contrast Fractional Flow Reserve Heart Failure

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Christopher Cook

Dr Christopher Cook is a Medical Research Council Clinical Fellow at Imperial College London, undertaking a PhD in coronary physiology under the supervision of Dr Justin Davies. He studied Medicine at University College London (UCL) and graduated with Distinction (Clinical Medicine and Clinical Sciences) in his final MBBS Examinations in 2009. He achieved a First Class (Honours) Bachelor of...Read More

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