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EuroPCR 2013: The Calm After The Technology Storm

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For the past several years, TAVI and renal denervation have dominated EuroPCR, the largest interventional cardiology conference in Europe. This year’s conference in Paris in May was a bit more balanced, leaving room for interest in bioresorbable stents and mitral valves.

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