Coronary Stent Use Does Not Favorably Influence Mortality, Study Shows
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
While research confirms that using coronary stents result in immediate gain in vessel diameter and subsequent decreases in rates of restenosis, there is no evidence to date that the devices have a beneficial effect on patient mortality, Alice Jacobs, MD, Boston Medical Center, observes in an editorial published in the Dec. 23 New England Journal of Medicine.
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