Expert panel discusses bleeding associated with medications for ACS

February 2010
Cardiology Today;Feb2010, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p1
The article highlights a round table discussion held by cardiologists during the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions in November 2009 in Orlando, Florida, in which they discussed bleeding associated with medications for acute coronary syndromes.


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