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Comparison of Immediate With Delayed Stenting Using the Minimalist Immediate Mechanical Intervention Approach in Acute ST-Segment-Elevation Myocardial Infarction: The MIMI Study.

Loic Belle 1 Pascal Motreff 2 Lionel Mangin Grégoire Range 3 Xavier Marcaggi 4 Marie Antoine Nadine Ferrier 4 Olivier Dubreuil 5 Gilles Zemour 6 Geraud Souteyrand 7 Christophe Caussin 8 Nicolas Amabile 9 Karl Isaaz 9 Raphaël Dauphin 10 René Koning 11 Christophe Robin 12 Benjamin Faurie 13 Laurent Bonello 14 Stanislas Champin 15 Cédric Delhaye 16 François Cuilleret 17 Nathan Mewton 18 Céline Genty 19 Magalie Viallon 9, 20 Jean Luc Bosson 19 Pierre Croisille 9, 20 . Mimi Investigators
Résumé : Delayed stent implantation after restoration of normal epicardial flow by a minimalist immediate mechanical intervention aims to decrease the rate of distal embolization and impaired myocardial reperfusion after percutaneous coronary intervention. We sought to confirm whether a delayed stenting (DS) approach (24-48 hours) improves myocardial reperfusion, versus immediate stenting, in patients with acute ST-segment-elevation myocardial infarction undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention.
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Loic Belle, Pascal Motreff, Lionel Mangin, Grégoire Range, Xavier Marcaggi, et al.. Comparison of Immediate With Delayed Stenting Using the Minimalist Immediate Mechanical Intervention Approach in Acute ST-Segment-Elevation Myocardial Infarction: The MIMI Study.. Circulation: Cardiovascular Interventions, American Heart Association, 2016, 9, pp.e003388. ⟨hal-01457797⟩

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