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Fractional Flow Reserve FFR

With our extensive knowledge and involvement with intravascular imaging and procedures, the Cardiovascular Imaging Core Laboratory has been uniting the anatomical and physiological worlds by correlating optical coherence tomography (OCT) and fractional flow reserve (FFR) findings, as a first-of-its-kind trial.

We are involved in multicenter studies around the globe, with sponsors taking advantage of our expertise in imaging analysis.

This includes evaluation of the FFR sensor position – if the requirements to properly measure the FFR were met – and proximal and distal FFR values.

We work closely with our sponsors and collaborators to guarantee all the criteria are being met, generating the most reliable data possible.

Fractional Flow Reserve FFR

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