Sex in the CCU: women with non-ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome may do no worse despite less intervention

Bradshaw, Pamela J.; Thompson, Peter L.
November 2007
Heart;Nov2007, Vol. 93 Issue 11, p1327
Academic Journal
The authors reflect on the impact of gender-based study on survival potency of patients suffering from coronary artery disease. The authors illustrate the findings of the European studies that woman early mortality is connected with the older age at which they suffer coronary disease, and have a high risk hospital mortality compared from men. The study assures that woman with non-ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome have a more life longetivity chances compared to men patients.


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