Summary. We perform primary angioplasty in all acute myocardial infarction patients with ST elevation in the first 6 hours, with good results. In 30 selected patients (36.2% of all primary angioplasty patients in this period) we used the method od direct stenting with 100% primary success. In all patients we achieved TIMI 2-3 flow, and complete or partial ST elevation resolution. The early mortality rate was 3.3%, and no other complications arose. Direct stenting in primary coronary angioplasty is a safe and effective procedure, with high primary result in selected cases, and low complication rate during procedure and incidence of MACE (Mayor Adverse Cardiac Events) during hospital stay and after 6 month follow up. The results are comparable with standard interventional procedure in acute myocardial infarction, with the advantage of shorter procedure, lower radiation exposure and less material use.