With improvements in technique and patient selection, operators can safely and successfully treat patients with chronic total occlusions, but further research is needed to better answer some areas of controversy.
A multidisciplinary discussion of the approach to treatment for four patients with cancers of varying origins and severities.
With Ghassan K. Abou-Alfa, MD; Justin D. Blasberg, MD; Frank C. Detterbeck, MD, FACS, FCCP; Dimitris Filippiadis, MD, PhD, EBIR; Ryan Hickey, MD; Howard S. Hochster, MD; Zeljka Jutric, MD; Alexis Kelekis, MD, PhD, EBIR, FSIR; Maureen P. Kohi, MD, FSIR; Alexander Lam, MD; Robert J. Lewandowski, MD, FSIR; Areo Saffarzadeh, MD, MS; Mansi R. Shah, MD; Ronald F. Wolf, MD; Emi J. Yoshida, MD; and Etay Ziv, MD, PhD
Cardiac Interventions Today (ISSN 2572-5955 print and ISSN 2572-5963 online) is a publication dedicated to providing comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in technology, techniques, clinical studies, and regulatory and reimbursement issues in the field of coronary and cardiac interventions. Cardiac Interventions Today premiered in March 2007 and each edition contains a variety of topics in a flexible format, including articles covering various perspectives on current clinical topics, in-depth interviews with expert physicians, overviews of available technologies, industry news, and insights into the issues affecting today's interventional cardiology practices.