May 2004
ACP Journal Club;May/Jun2004, Vol. 140 Issue 3, p82
Academic Journal
The journals that are reviewed, and the criteria for selecting articles from these journals for inclusion in the "ACP Journal Club," are set out in the Purpose and Procedure in each issue. The article "Comparison of Diamond-Like Carbon-Coated Stents Versus Uncoated Stainless Steel Stents in Coronary Artery Disease," is written by F. Airoldi, A. Colombo, and D. Tavano, and is published in the "American Journal of Cardiology." The article "Impact of Time to Treatment on Mortality After Prehospital Fibrinolysis or Primary Angioplasty," is written by P.C. Steg, E. Bonnefoy and S. Chabaud.


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