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EuroPCR Highlights: TAVI Set to Continue Rampant Growth

Executive Summary

With innovation as the theme of this year's EuroPCR meeting, emerging technology sessions and innovation presentations sparked lively discussions. While drug-eluting stents remained a key interest area, transcatheter aortic heart valve implantation sessions drew the largest crowds.

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