October SYNTAX trial data subset.
Serruys will present Featured Featured Lecture on ‘Revascularization in Patients with Unprotected Left Main Coronary Artery Disease,’while Dr. Mohr to present on ‘Revascularization in patients with triple vessel coronary artery disease. ‘SYNTAX is the first randomized, From 8:00 – trial comparing PCI with drug – eluting stents to CABG in patients with left main and / or three-vessel disease. The company plans to issue a press release at this time. Serruys will have more details about the SYNTAX Score during his Featured Lecture and present during Tuesday’s Focus on SYNTAX Sessions in a presentation titled ‘SYNTAX Score: Methodology and significance. ‘To focus on SYNTAX.00 – Boston Scientific is a worldwide developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical devices whose products are broad range of interventional broad range of interventional medical specialties.
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depression is a risk factor for symptoms of pain, he said. Most of the reports of pain – such as aching muscles, headache, pain in the legs – two or three times more often in people who are depressed. .