A prospective multicentre registry, evaluating real-world usage of the Tryton side branch stent: results of the E-Tryton 150/Benelux registry
Agostoni, Pierfrancesco × Foley, David Lesiak, Maciej Belkacemi, Anouar Dens, Jo Kumsars, Indulis Scott, Benjamin Oemrawsingh, Pranobe Dubois, Christophe Garcia, Eulogio Lefèvre, Thierry Stella, Pieter R #
EuroIntervention vol:7 issue:11 pages:1293-1300
The percutaneous treatment of coronary bifurcation lesions remains hampered by suboptimal results, mainly in the side branch (SB), even with the use of drug-eluting stents. Dedicated bifurcation stents could provide an attractive alternative to improve early outcomes and reduce SB restenosis. We aimed to assess in a prospective single-arm multicentre registry, safety and effectiveness at 6-month clinical follow-up of the Tryton dedicated side branch (SB) stent.