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Stent Save a Life
at AfricaPCR

Stent Save a Life just happened during AfricaPCR 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa. Thank you to the participants!


NEWS ARTICLES


Stent – Save a Life! is an active community. We are permanently working to achieve optimal care for our patients. Whether you’re looking for the latest articles, publications or resources… This section shares the information you need



PRESS RELEASES


Our industry partners have played an important role in responding to the unmet needs of our speciality. Press releases are issued on a regular basis, so consult this section that you could.



NEWSLETTERS


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EVENTS

Find out which events are coming near you!

Stent - Save a life! 2018 Annual Forum

Event

Stent – Save a Life! 2018 Annual Forum


The Stent – Save a Life initiative will be hosting its 2018 Annual Forum on 21 May, right before EuroPCR, at the Palais des Congrès (Room 352A) in Paris.


EuroPCR

Event

Stent Save a Life at EuroPCR 2018


EuroPCR 2018, the World-Leading Course in Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine
22-25 May 2018
Palais des Congrès
Paris, France


AfricaPCR

Event

Stent Save a Life at AfricaPCR 2018


AfricaPCR 2018, a collaborative initiative of PCR, SASCI, SA Heart and PASCAR
25–27 March 2018
Cape Town, South Africa


Africa PCR 2017 congress event

Event

Stent for Life at AfricaPCR 2017


AfricaPCR 2017, a collaborative initiative of PCR, SASCI, SA Heart and PASCAR
23–25 March 2017
Century City Conference Centre
Cape Town, South Africa


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The Stent Save a Life initiative aims to improve the delivery of care and patient access to the life saving indications of primary percutaneous coronary intervention (p-PCI), thereby reducing mortality and morbidity in patients suffering from acute coronary syndromes (ACS).

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