The bugbear of interventional cardiology, restenosis is a recurring problem which affects every cardiologist, whether consultant or resident/registrar, and entails further intervention, whether it be angioplasty, stenting or therapeutic. The economic costs of reintervention and the distress caused to the patient have meant that clinical trials have proliferated over the past few years in the search for an effective means to prevent coronary artery restenosis. David Faxon has assembled an internationally well known team to distill, compile and present in an easily digestible format animal and clinical data on the pathophysiology, assessment and available therapies for the prevention of restenosis. This practical guide is necessary reading for all those involved in interventional cardiology.

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