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Minerva Cardioangiologica 2002 October;50(5):455-62

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language: English

Restenosis after NIR stent implantation

Danzi G. B., Sesana M., Capuano C., Predolini S., Baglini R.


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The NIR stent is a ''second-generation'' slotted-tube stent that was developed after the Palmaz Schatz and the Gianturco-Roubin stents, and introduced into clinical practice in 1992. This review of the literature describes its clinical performance and the long-term outcomes after implantation in different anatomical and clinical subsets of patients. It also considers clinical experience with the gold-plated NIR stent.

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