Developments in the invasive diagnostic-therapeutic cascade of women and men with acute coronary syndromes from 2005 to 2011: a nationwide cohort study

Hansen, Kim Wadt; Soerensen, R.; Madsen, M.; Madsen, J. K.; Jensen, J. S.; von Kappelgaard, L. M.; Mortensen, P. E.; Galatius, S.
June 2015
BMJ Open;Jun2015, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p1
Academic Journal
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