Complex Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in COVID-19 and Acute Coronary Syndrome

Author(s): Juan Guzman Olea, Gabriel Guzman Olea, Miguel A Rojas Carrera, Gonzalo Tolosa Dzul, Elizabeth Suarez Romero

A 53-year-old male was admitted with acute coronary syndrome and COVID-19 pneumonia. Given the persistence of post-infarction angina despite optimal anti-ischemic therapy, he was presented to the Interventional Cardiology department, coronary angiography revealed critical lesions in the right coronary artery, including bifurcation, so we successfully performed a complex percutaneous coronary intervention.