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Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2)

ORIGINAL ARTICLE  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):87-93

Novel ultra-long (48 mm) everolimus-eluting stent for diffusely coronary vessels disease

Lorenzo GENUARDI, Francesco BURZOTTA *, Giulio RUSSO, Osama SHOEIB, Diana VERDIROSI, Cristina AURIGEMMA, Giampaolo NICCOLI, Italo PORTO, Antonio M. LEONE, Carlo TRANI

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):94-101

Management of aspirin intolerance in patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention. The role of mono-antiplatelet therapy: a retrospective, multicenter, study

Matteo BIANCO *, Carol GRAVINESE, Enrico CERRATO, Iván NUÑEZ-GIL, Paola DESTEFANIS, Alessia LUCIANO, Simone BISCAGLIA, Giorgio QUADRI, Emanuele TIZZANI, Antonella CORLETO, Sara GIOLITTO, Luca LO SAVIO, Gianluca CAMPO, Ferdinando VARBELLA, Roberto POZZI

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):102-8

The prognostic value of mean platelet volume to platelet count ratio in older patients with non-ST elevation acute coronary syndrome receiving primary percutaneous coronary intervention: a retrospective study

Xiaoqiang SUN, Heng LI, Yankun ZHANG, Feng HE, Chengzhi LU *

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):109-14

Recurrent retinal vein thrombosis: prevention with Aspirin, Pycnogenol®, ticlopidine, or sulodexide

Gianni BELCARO *, Mark DUGALL, Hugh D. BRADFORD, Maria R. CESARONE, Beatrice FERAGALLI, Corrado GIZZI, Roberto COTELLESE, Shu HU, Patrizia RODRIGUEZ, Morio HOSOI

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REVIEW  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):115-20

Hybrid ablation for atrial fibrillation: the importance of achieving transmurality and lesion validation

Syed M. HASSAN, Kathryn HONG, Fabrizio ROSATI, Benedict GLOVER, Damian REDFEARN, Andres ENRIQUEZ, Gianluigi BISLERI *

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REVIEW  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):121-30

Long-term rhythm monitoring with an implantable loop recorder in patients after the first clinical atrial fibrillation episode. Towards an individualized management

Panteleimon E. PAPAKONSTANTINOU, Emmanuel N. SIMANTIRAKIS *

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REVIEW  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):131-44

Electrocardiographic conduction and repolarization markers associated with sudden cardiac death: moving along the electrocardiography waveform

Jack T. REYNARD, Oluwayemisi M. OSHODI, Jenny C. LAI, Rachel W. LAI, George BAZOUKIS, Nikolaos FRAGAKIS, Konstantinos P. LETSAS, Panagiotis KORANTZOPOULOS, Fang-Zhou LIU, Tong LIU, Yunlong XIA, Gary TSE, Christien K. LI *

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REVIEW  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):145-62

New percutaneous interventions in heart failure

Elisabetta MOSCARELLA, Salvatore BRUGALETTA, Manel SABATÉ *

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REVIEW  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):163-71

Effects of dronedarone on all-cause mortality and on cardiovascular events in patients treated for atrial fibrillation: a meta-analysis of RCTs

Renato DE VECCHIS *, Carmelina ARIANO

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):172-5

Comparative analysis of cardiac cycle length during exercise in healthy people and cardiac patients

Mercedes GALINDO-CANALES, Jesús J. ROJO-GONZÁLEZ, María I. BARRIOPEDRO, Juan J. RAMOS-ÁLVAREZ *, Francisco J. CALDERÓN-MONTERO

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):175-7

Cardiogenic shock due to coronary fistula: a complex phenomenon

Laura MANFREDONIA *, Lorenzo GENUARDI, Riccardo MARANO, Antonio G. REBUZZI, Antonino BUFFON, Francesco BURZOTTA

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  

Minerva Cardioangiologica 2019 April;67(2):177-9

Deferred stenting for acute myocardial infarction of late admission

Haibo CHEN *, Jirong ZHU, Yihao ZHUANG

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