Triage of patients with non-acute chest pain: the case for invasive physiology
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Dr Divaka Perera argues the case for invasive physiology with cardiac catheterisation. Divaka discusses the principles of fractional flow reserve (FFR), and its effectiveness in predicting ischaemia and detecting coronary lesions over non-invasive testing.
This lecture was part of the 'General day 1: Chest pain and stable angina' event at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 23rd October 2015
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