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At TCT, DES Use and Safety Concerns: Irrational Exuberance or Irrational Anxiety?

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Still feeling the reverberations of data released in Barcelona in September, this year's TCT meeting saw session after session on the risks of stent thrombosis from drug-eluting stents. While the data was clear--there is some risk, but not a lot--what to do about it was less clear. And the whole debate raises more questions than answers, for both interventionalists and cardiovascular device companies.
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