Letter by Jin-Shan and Xue-Bin Regarding Article, “Fractional Flow Reserve and Cardiac Events in Coronary Artery Disease: Data From a Prospective IRIS-FFR Registry (Interventional Cardiology Research Incooperation Society Fractional Flow Reserve)”
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To the Editor:
We read with great interest the article by Ahn et al1 about the prognosis of deferred and revascularized coronary artery stenoses after fractional flow reserve (FFR) measurement, which shows that revascularization for coronary artery stenosis with a low FFR (≤0.75) is associated with better outcomes than the deferral, whereas for a stenosis with a high FFR (≥0.76), medical treatment may be a reasonable and safe treatment strategy. In addition, this …