Patients with complex CAD and complex physiology (such as renal disease, diabetes, and reduced LV function) may have higher surgical risk; experience higher rates of periprocedural adverse events; and higher rates of mortality but careful assessment of risk-benefit can resolve the risk-treatment paradox and result in the achievement of excellent patient outcomes.
Join Drs. Ali, Maran, Riley and Truesdell for an in-depth discussion about how to treat these patient groups.
- Introduction, Dr, Riley
- Treating CAD in Patients With Renal Disease, Dr. Ali
- Treating CAD in Patients With Diabetes, Dr, Maran
- Navigating PCI in Patients With Reduced LV Function, Dr. Truesdell
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