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Clinical investigation into the observation that silicon carbide coating on cobalt chromium stents leads to early differentiating functional endothelial layer, increased safety and DES-like recurrent stenosis rates: results of the PRO-Heal Registry (PRO-Kinetic enhancing rapid in-stent endothelialization)

Johannes Dahm, Tine Willems UGent, Hans Wolpers, Hans Nordbeck, Jürgen Becker and Jörg Ruppert (2008) EUROINTERVENTION. 4(4). p.502-508
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journal title
EUROINTERVENTION
EuroIntervention
volume
4
issue
4
pages
502 - 508
ISSN
1774-024X
language
English
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no
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A2
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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1058623
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1058623
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2010-10-14 10:21:01
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@article{1058623,
  author       = {Dahm, Johannes and Willems, Tine and Wolpers, Hans and Nordbeck, Hans and Becker, J{\"u}rgen and Ruppert, J{\"o}rg},
  issn         = {1774-024X},
  journal      = {EUROINTERVENTION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {502--508},
  title        = {Clinical investigation into the observation that silicon carbide coating on cobalt chromium stents leads to early differentiating functional endothelial layer, increased safety and DES-like recurrent stenosis rates: results of the PRO-Heal Registry (PRO-Kinetic enhancing rapid in-stent endothelialization)},
  volume       = {4},
  year         = {2008},
}

Chicago
Dahm, Johannes, Tine Willems, Hans Wolpers, Hans Nordbeck, Jürgen Becker, and Jörg Ruppert. 2008. “Clinical Investigation into the Observation That Silicon Carbide Coating on Cobalt Chromium Stents Leads to Early Differentiating Functional Endothelial Layer, Increased Safety and DES-like Recurrent Stenosis Rates: Results of the PRO-Heal Registry (PRO-Kinetic Enhancing Rapid In-stent Endothelialization).” Eurointervention 4 (4): 502–508.
APA
Dahm, J., Willems, T., Wolpers, H., Nordbeck, H., Becker, J., & Ruppert, J. (2008). Clinical investigation into the observation that silicon carbide coating on cobalt chromium stents leads to early differentiating functional endothelial layer, increased safety and DES-like recurrent stenosis rates: results of the PRO-Heal Registry (PRO-Kinetic enhancing rapid in-stent endothelialization). EUROINTERVENTION, 4(4), 502–508.
Vancouver
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Dahm J, Willems T, Wolpers H, Nordbeck H, Becker J, Ruppert J. Clinical investigation into the observation that silicon carbide coating on cobalt chromium stents leads to early differentiating functional endothelial layer, increased safety and DES-like recurrent stenosis rates: results of the PRO-Heal Registry (PRO-Kinetic enhancing rapid in-stent endothelialization). EUROINTERVENTION. 2008;4(4):502–8.
MLA
Dahm, Johannes, Tine Willems, Hans Wolpers, et al. “Clinical Investigation into the Observation That Silicon Carbide Coating on Cobalt Chromium Stents Leads to Early Differentiating Functional Endothelial Layer, Increased Safety and DES-like Recurrent Stenosis Rates: Results of the PRO-Heal Registry (PRO-Kinetic Enhancing Rapid In-stent Endothelialization).” EUROINTERVENTION 4.4 (2008): 502–508. Print.