1 Comparison of procedural complications with versus without interventional cardiology fellows-in-training during contemporary percutaneous coronary intervention The American Journal of Cardiology, December 12, 2013
2 Significant cardiac treatment imbalance nationally ScienceDaily, October 30, 2013 Free full text
3 Trial participation as a determinant of clinical outcome: Differences between trial-participants and Every Day Clinical Care patients in the field of interventional cardiology International Journal of Cardiology, October 25, 2013
4 Low-dose heparin for elective percutaneous coronary intervention Journal of Interventional Cardiology, October 28, 2013
5 Guideliner mother-and-child guide catheter extension: a simple adjunctive tool in PCI for balloon uncrossable chronic total occlusions Journal of Interventional Cardiology, August 16, 2013
Question: Among STEMI patients 75 years of age and older, prehospital reduced-dose fibrinolytic therapy and urgent PCI (FAST-PCI), compared to primary PCI alone, has been associated with a significantly reduced incidence of which outcome?