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SCARR Registry of DES vs Bare Metal Stents presented at ESC 2007
Dr. Mike Gibson reports live from ESC 2007 that the Swedish Coronary Angiography /
Angioplasty Registry (SCARR) of 35,000 patients showed no difference in mortality for
drug-eluting stents (DES) versus bare metal stents (BMS) now at four-years of follow-up.
In fact, DES were associated with a lower rate of death and myocardial infarction (MI) at
six months, but this trend reversed between six months and four years, resulting in a
neutral outcome at four years. This information is in contrast to last year's results
from the same registry that showed a higher mortality among DES patients.

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