Experts Call For More Clinical Trials Of Percutaneous Circulatory Devices
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
A new multi-society clinical expert consensus statement on percutaneous mechanical circulatory support is intended to help physicians select devices for the patients who are most likely to benefit, but the authors identify several questions about the devices that need to be addressed in future clinical studies.
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