The pre-specified primary endpoint of the COMPASS study was the receiver-operator characteristics (ROC) analysis to evaluate the ability of Corus CAD to identify coronary arterial blockages of 50 percent or greater by quantitative coronary angiography.
What does QCA stand for?
QCA stands for Quantitative Coronary Angiography
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- Quality Control/Quality Assurance
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- Quality Care Compliance Consultants (UK)
- Quantum Competition 3 (Remote controlled car part)
- Quadrifilar-Curl Antenna
- Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (UK government)
- Qualitative Comparative Analysis
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- Quality Control Analysis
- Quality Control Analyst
- Quantum Cellular Automata
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- Quasi-Crystalline Approximation
- Quasi-Cyclic Abelian (code)
- Quebec Chaudiere-Appalaches (Canada)
- Quebec Construction Association
- Quebec Court of Appeal (Canada)
- Queen City Angels (Cincinnati, OH)
- Queens Council on the Arts (York)
- Queensland College of Art (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Quantification of obstructive and nonobstructive coronary lesions by 64-slice computed tomography: A comparative study with quantitative coronary angiography and intravascular ultrasound.
The primary angiographic endpoint is in-stent late loss at six-months as measured by quantitative coronary angiography (QCA).
Methods: Sixty one patients (31 males, 30 females, mean age: 56 [+ or -] 13 years) with LBBB who have determined stenosis higher than 50% in quantitative coronary angiography were included in the cross-sectional study.
Atherosclerotic progression, as measured at 10 predetermined coronary artery segments by quantitative coronary angiography at baseline and 3 years later, was marginal among socially integrated women regardless of depression status (0.
In our studies over the past 25 years we have used very high-tech, state-of-the-art measures like quantitative coronary angiography and cardiac PET scans to prove how powerful these simple and ancient low-tech interventions can be.
5mm lumen diameter) as determined by invasive quantitative coronary angiography (QCA).
That result, which was based on intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) data from the ASTEROID study, has now been expanded upon by quantitative coronary angiography (QCA) measurements obtained during that study.