A stable approach to unstable angina

July 1995
RN;Jul95, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p29
Academic Journal
Gives guidelines on the management of angina pectoris patients. Identification of short-term risks of patient; Management of angina outpatients; Management of high-risk patients.


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