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Publications

PLATFORM

  1. Douglas et al. 1-Year Outcomes of FFRCT-Guided Care in Patients With Suspected Coronary Disease: The PLATFORM Study. JACC 2016;68(5):435-45. Publication
  2. Hlatky et al. Quality-of-Life and Economic Outcomes of Assessing Fractional Flow Reserve With Computed Tomography Angiography: PLATFORM. JACC 2015;66(21):2315-23. Publication
  3. Douglas et al. Clinical outcomes of FFRCT-guided diagnostic strategies versus usual care in patients with suspected coronary artery disease: the PLATFORM study. Eur Heart J 2015. Publication

Real World Experience

  1. Curzen, N.P., et al., Does the Routine Availability of CT-Derived FFR Influence Management of Patients With Stable Chest Pain Compared to CT Angiography Alone?: The FFRCT RIPCORD Study. JACC Cardiovasc Imaging, 2016. 9(10): p. 1188-1194. Publication
  2. Nørgaard, B.L., et al., Clinical Use of Coronary CTA-Derived FFR for Decision-Making in Stable CAD. JACC Cardiovasc Imaging, 2016. Publication

NXT

  1. Nørgaard et al. Influence of Coronary Calcification on the Diagnostic Performance of CT Angiography Derived FFR in Coronary Artery Disease: A Substudy of the NXT Trial. JACC Cardiovasc Imaging. 2015;8(9):1045-55. Publication
  2. Nørgaard et al. HeartFlow NXT study: rationale and design. JCCT, Oct 2013. Publication
  3. Nørgaard et al. Diagnostic performance of non-invasive fractional flow reserve derived from coronary CT angiography in suspected coronary artery disease: The NXT trial. JACC, Jan 2014. Publication

Scientific Basis

  1. Taylor et al. Scientific basis of FFRCT. JACC, 2013; 61: 2233-41. Publication
  2. Zarins et al. Computed Fractional Flow Reserve (FFRCT) Derived from Coronary CT Angiography. J. of Cardiovasc. Trans. Res., 2013. 6: 708-714. Publication (full PDF)
  3. Serruys et al. Non-invasive FFR: Scientific basis. EuroIntervention 2012; 8(4): 511-519. Publication

Applications

  1. Erglis et al. Non-invasive FFR – First-in-man report. Eur Heart J 2010; 31:151-52 (abstract). Publication
  2. Wijns, W. Editorial Comment: The One-Stop Shop Offering Both Anatomy and Perfusion. JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging 2012; 5:1112-1114. Publication
  3. Yoon et al. FFRCT vs TAG. JACC Imaging, 2012; 5: 1088-96. Publication
  4. Meijs et al. CT fractional flow reserve: the next level in non-invasive cardiac imaging. Neth Heart J 2012; 20: 410-418. Publication
  5. Yoon, Y. Non-invasive functional assessment using CT. Cardiovascular Diagnosis and Therapy 2012; 2(2): 106-112.. Publication
  6. Grunau et al. Modeling of FFR based on CT. Curr Cardiol Rep, 2013; 15: 336. Publication
  7. Al-Hassan and Leipsic. Noninvasive FFR, anatomic-functional assessment, review. Future Cardiol 2013, 9(2): 243-51. Publication
  8. Kim, Koo, et al. Virtual coronary stenting and FFRCT, JACC Interventions; in press, August 2013.
  9. Serruys et al. Absorb trial 5 year follow up, JACC Intervention; in press, August 2013.
  10. Nørgaard B, Leipsic JA, Sengupta S, Fonte T, Khem S, Gaur S, Achenbach S Quantitative assessment of image quality. JCCT 2013; 7: S83 (abstract).