Planned angiography after percutaneous coronary intervention increased reinterventions but did not affect mortality or MI

Massel, David
September 2002
ACP Journal Club;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 137 Issue 2, p45
Academic Journal
Focuses on the effect of a planned follow-up angiography on the late clinical outcome of patients who have had percutaneous coronary intervention. Angiographic versus clinical follow-up after percutaneous coronary intervention; Study design and main outcome measure; Background on the patients.


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