PART A. THE STEPS

1. Planning

2. Monitoring

3. Pharmacology

4. Access

5. Engagement

6. Angiography

7. Determine target lesion

8. Wiring

9. Lesion preparation

10. Stenting

11. Closure

12. Physiology

13. Imaging

14. Hemodynamic support

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PART B. COMPLEX SUBGROUPS

15. Ostial lesions

16. Bifurcations

17. Left main

18. Prior CABG

19. Calcification

20. Thrombus

21. CTO

22. Other complex lesions (SCAD, stent failure, small/large vessels, long lesions)

23. Balloon uncrossable and undilatable lesions

24. Complex patients (prior TAVR, cardiogenic shock)


 

PART C. COMPLICATIONS

25. Acute closure

26. Perforation

27. Equipment loss/entrapment

28. Other complications (hypotension, radiation, AKI)

29. Vascular access complications


 

PART D. EQUIPMENT

30. Equipment