In this issue of Cardiovascular Revascularization Medicine , Ozaki and colleagues [ ] analyzed the relation between endothelial shear stresses (ESS) and the absorption process after Magmaris stent implantation. Precisely, the ESS was estimated using computational fluid dynamics. Vessel geometry was constructed combining OCT and angiographic projections. Steady-state flow conditions were prescribed based on the angiographic frames required for the contrast to pass through the vascular domain. Characterization of the absorption process was performed by scaffold remnants, and persistent struts were analyzed at 6-month and 12-month follow-up. The cross-sectional ESS average was computed within 1-mm longitudinal sections. ESS categorical classification was performed into low (ESS < 1 Pa), intermediate (1 Pa ≤ESS ≤2.5 Pa), and high (ESS > 2.5 Pa) average EES. Their study concludes that there exists a relationship between high ESS values and a slower 12-month absorption process. They also found that the higher the average ESS, the smaller the reduction in the lumen area.