Journal of Cardiac Failure Vol. 23 No. 6 2017 Consensus Document Executive Summary of the SCAI/HFSA Clinical Expert Consensus Document on the Use of Invasive Hemodynamics for the Diagnosis and Management of Cardiovascular Disease 1 2 3 MICHAEL M. GIVERTZ, MD, FHFSA, JAMES C. FANG, MD, FHFSA, PAUL SORAJJA, MD, FSCAI, 4 5 6 7 VIVIAN DIMAS, MD, FSCAI, PAUL R. FORFIA, MD, NAVIN K. KAPUR, MD, FSCAI, MORTON J. KERN, MD, FSCAI, 8 9 SRIHARI S. NAIDU, MD, FSCAI, AND BARRY A. BORLAUG,MD Boston, Massachusetts; Salt Lake City, Utah; Minneapolis and Rochester, Minnesota; Dallas, Texas; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Irvine, California; and Valhalla, New York Scope of Document Clinical Scenarios and Recommendations Governing Principles Modern insight into cardiovascular pathophysiology ﬁrst Following review of clinical and noninvasive evaluations, emerged through detailed invasive hemodynamic studies per- the decision to pursue hemodynamic evaluation in the cardiac formed in the cardiac catheterization laboratory. Understanding catheterization laboratory should be based on the incremen- the evolution of these concepts and their clinical utility remain tal utility of data that will be derived from the procedure. To fundamental to practice. Although noninvasive methods are understand this utility, it is necessary to consider the details now routinely used,
Journal of Cardiac Failure – Elsevier
Published: Jun 1, 2017
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