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Doctor Christopher Wong

Concord Repatriation General Hospital, Sydney (Australia)

Dr Christopher Wong graduated from medical school at the University of Adelaide. He undertook his basic physician training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and advanced cardiology training at Concord Hospital. During his advanced training, he completed a Master of Philosophy evaluating novel prognostic factors in acute pulmonary embolism at the University of Sydney. Dr Wong is currently undertaking his Doctor of Philosophy through the University of Sydney, with his research focused on applications of computational fluid dynamics and coronary physiology in the catheter laboratory. His research is supported by a health professional scholarship from the National Heart Foundation of Australia.

Size of low wall shear stress areas in coronary arteries is related to epicardial physiology and not to microcirculatory resistance

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2020 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Coronary Circulation, Flow, and Flow Reserve

Session: Chronic Coronary Artery Disease: New Scientific Discoveries

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A real-world comparison of outcomes between fractional flow reserve-guided versus angiography-guided percutaneous coronary intervention

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2020 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Coronary Circulation, Flow, and Flow Reserve

Session: Coronary Artery Disease (Chronic) ePosters

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A real-world comparison of outcomes between fractional flow reserve-guided versus angiography-guided percutaneous coronary intervention

Event: ESC Asia with APSC & AFC 2020

Topic: Coronary Circulation, Flow, and Flow Reserve

Session: Abstract Programme

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Size of low wall shear stress areas in coronary arteries is related to epicardial physiology and not to microcirculatory resistance

Event: ESC Asia with APSC & AFC 2020

Topic: Coronary Circulation, Flow, and Flow Reserve

Session: Abstract Programme

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