The PROSPECT II study was published in the March 13th issue of The Lancet,
finding that IVUS+NIRS imaging can detect plaques at increased risk for future adverse cardiac outcomes.VIEW ARTICLE VIEW ARTICLE

Summary & Conclusion



Intravascular NIRS imaging in mildly or non-obstructive coronary arteries can be used as a tool to identify both patients and non-culprit arteries at high risk for future events and should be considered for use in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization with possible percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) procedures.


Imaging-related device events were observed in 0.4% of patients, therefore did not pose additional safety concerns outside of those that are known for percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) procedures.

View The Lancet LRP Study

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