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  • Rotablation in the Very Elderly – Safer than We Think?



    Calcified coronary artery stenosis remains a challenge for Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI). Calcium modification is facilitated by rotablation and is used in 1–3% of cases. Data on rotablation in patients ≥80 years is limited and perceived to be high risk.

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