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July 2020 Br J Cardiol 2020;27:79

‘In this edition’ from the GP perspective

Terry McCormack

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A CT scan of his diseased knee was sent to Boston USA, where they created two 3D models, one of his diseased knee and another of a computer generated perfect knee. The former was used to plan the minimally invasive cutting of his actual knee to reduce blood loss and damage, the latter was used to mold his knee replacement. I know what I will want when my knees reach their sell-by-date. So, it was fascinating to read John Pepper’s account of their ‘bespoke’ Personalised External Aortic Root Support ExoVasc mesh, not least because the second author Tal Golesworthy invented it and was the first recipient. Still on the patient involvement t

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July 2020

Coronary lithotripsy

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This BJC Learning module has a recommended award of 1 credit for completion (1 hour’s learning). Completion requires a score of at least 80%. You are allowed two attempts for the test, so we advise that you spend the recommended time completing this module. If less time is spent learning, then you should claim a reduced credit value. After you have successfully completed the test you will receive your certificate which will be saved in the results section of your profile to be accessed at any time. Contributors Paula Finnegan, Resident Medical Officer, The Mater Private Hospital, Citygate, Mahon, Cork, Republic of Ireland John Jefferies

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