Browsing publications by Dr Mark De Belder

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Dr Mark De Belder
Professor Azfar Zaman
Changes in Arterial Access Site and Association With Mortality in the United Kingdom: Observations From a National Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Database2016
Dr Mark De Belder
Professor Azfar Zaman
Outcomes Following Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in Patients With Previous Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery2016
Dr Andrew Turley
Dr James Hall
Dr Neil Swanson
Professor Rudy Bilous
Dr Mark De Belder
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The SSTARS (STeroids and Stents Against Re-Stenosis) Trial: Different stent alloys and the use of peri-procedural oral corticosteroids to prevent in-segment restenosis after percutaneous coronary intervention2016
Dr Vijay Kunadian
Professor Azfar Zaman
Dr Mark De Belder
Effect of access site, gender, and indication on clinical outcomes after percutaneous coronary intervention: Insights from the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS)2015
Professor Bernard Keavney
Professor Azfar Zaman
Dr Mark De Belder
Impact of age on access site-related outcomes in 469,983 percutaneous coronary intervention procedures: Insights from the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society2015
Professor Bernard Keavney
Professor Azfar Zaman
Dr Mark De Belder
Impact of Age on the Prognostic Value of Left Ventricular Function in Relation to Procedural Outcomes Following Percutaneous Coronary Intervention: Insights From the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society2015
Professor Azfar Zaman
Professor Bernard Keavney
Dr Mark De Belder
Stroke following percutaneous coronary intervention: type-specific incidence, outcomes and determinants seen by the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society 2007-122015
Professor Bernard Keavney
Professor Azfar Zaman
Dr Mark De Belder
Impact of left ventricular function in relation to procedural outcomes following percutaneous coronary intervention: insights from the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society2014
Professor Gerard Stansby
Dr Mark De Belder
Professor John Dark
Professor Gary Ford
Asymptomatic carotid disease and cardiac surgery consensus2011
Dr Vijay Kunadian
Dr Neil Swanson
Dr Mark De Belder
Percutaneous coronary intervention using radial access is associated with less radiation exposure to patients compared with femoral access2011
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