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Optimal Bail-Out and Complication Management Strategies in Protected High-Risk Percutaneous Coronary Intervention With the Impella Heart Pump

In this article the authors describe techniques for Impella heart pump removal with or without pre-closure and discuss how to prevent and manage complications associated with large-bore femoral access.

Standardized Pre-Procedural Clinical Workup for Protected Percutaneous Coronary Intervention

This article describes pre-procedural preparation, with a particular focus on imaging techniques for screening and guiding vascular access in patients undergoing Protected PCI.

Can I Bill for Daily Management of Impella®?

Are there billable services after Impella® insertion in the cath lab, such as ICU monitoring?

TCT 2022: Contemporary Techniques for Optimal Outcomes in High-risk PCI

Kate Kearney, MD, presents a case and discusses contemporary techniques for optimal outcomes in high-risk PCI at TCT 2022. 

Tips, Tricks and Techniques for High-Risk PCI

Amir Kaki, MD discusses tips, tricks and techniques for high-risk PCI including access, implant, explant, closure, and complications and sheath management.

Door-to-Unload (DTU) in STEMI Trial Summary: Pilot Trial and Pivotal Trial Design

Navin K. Kapur, MD, FACC, FSCAI, FAHA, discusses how acute cardiac unloading limits infarct scar formation in the context of the DTU-STEMI Pilot trial and Pivotal trial.

High-Risk PCI with Impella® Support and Atherectomy

Thom Dahle, MD, presents a high-risk PCI case managed with a heart team approach that entails Impella support and atherectomy.


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