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12 July 1994 Holmium:YAG laser coronary angioplasty: results of a multicenter registry
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To date, 1201 symptomatic patients with significant coronary artery disease were treated with the mid IR holmium:YAG (2.1 micron) laser in a multicenter study. Updated results of this study, as presented herein, substantiate the important role of this laser in treatment of lesions not ideal for conventional balloon angioplasty. This device is a safe and effective means of coronary revascularization.
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On Topaz M.D. "Holmium:YAG laser coronary angioplasty: results of a multicenter registry", Proc. SPIE 2130, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Cardiovascular Interventions IV, (12 July 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.179920
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