Drug-Eluting Stent System
*ø 2.25 – 3.0 mm
TLF – Target Lesion Failure; TV-MI – Target Vessel Myocardial Infarction; TLR – Target Lesion Revascularization.
§As characterized with respect to strut thickness in Bangalore et al. Meta-analysis.
◊Based on investigator’s interpretation of BIOFLOW-V primary endpoint results.
*Compared to Xience, based on three consecutive years.
¤p-values for 36-m frequentist analysis.
ф vs. Xience, based on 36-m frequentist analysis.
* Compared to Xience, BIOTRONIK data on file, based on the Rate Ratio of 0.59.
**BCI: Bayesian Credibility Interval.
¤ n= 1,300 newly enrolled STEMI patients including 407 patients from the BIOSCIENCE STEMI subgroup used as prior information.
‡ Driven by peri-procedural MI events (<48 hours). In-hospital rate may include events &bt; 48 hours.
Δ Images: Secco G et al. Time-related changes in neointimal tissue coverage following a new generation SES implantation: an OCT observational study.
Presented at: euro PCR, May 20, 2014; Paris, France.
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*Indication as per IFU.
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