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Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)
PCI is the minimally invasive procedure for unblocking coronary arteries.

Training objectives are to understand the complexity of coronary intervention techniques, diagnose the nature of the problem and define the patient’s therapy while operating the angiosuite.

Subsequently to diagnosis, the guiding catheter is advanced to the ostium via transradial or femoral access – supported by the diagnostic wire. Intubation of the affected coronary artery depends on the diagnosis results. Visualization of vessels to assess the stenosis is achieved using a contrast medium or an injection system and projection by operating the angiosuite. Treatment is then conducted with the appropriate coronary wire and balloon or stent catheter.
PCI is the minimally invasive procedure for unblocking coronary arteries.

Training objectives are to understand the complexity of coronary intervention techniques, diagnose the nature of the problem and define the patient’s therapy while operating the angiosuite.

Subsequently to diagnosis, the guiding catheter is advanced to the ostium via transradial or femoral access – supported by the diagnostic wire. Intubation of the affected coronary artery depends on the diagnosis results. Visualization of vessels to assess the stenosis is achieved using a contrast medium or an injection system and projection by operating the angiosuite. Treatment is then conducted with the appropriate coronary wire and balloon or stent catheter.
PCI is the minimally invasive procedure for unblocking coronary arteries.

Training objectives are to understand the complexity of coronary intervention techniques, diagnose the nature of the problem and define the patient’s therapy while operating the angiosuite.

Subsequently to diagnosis, the guiding catheter is advanced to the ostium via transradial or femoral access – supported by the diagnostic wire. Intubation of the affected coronary artery depends on the diagnosis results. Visualization of vessels to assess the stenosis is achieved using a contrast medium or an injection system and projection by operating the angiosuite. Treatment is then conducted with the appropriate coronary wire and balloon or stent catheter.