Lindsau, Alistair
June 2007
Heart;Jun2007, Vol. 93 Issue 6, p773
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts of several papers on general cardiology, interventional cardiology and electrophysiology, featured in the "Heart" web site. The articles include "Air pollution and cardiovascular risk in women," "Reducing body iron stores has no effect on incidence of cardiovascular events" and "Off-pump CABG does not protect against cognitive impairment.


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