Enfermedad vascular periférica | 23 ENE 02
Normativas para la angioplastia en aorta y arterias de miembros inferiores
Este artículo es una síntesis de las normativas establecidas por la Amercian Heart Association respecto a la aplicación de procedimientos endoluminales en el territorio vascular periférico.
Autor: Dr. Pentecost MJ y col.  Fuente: Normativas de la American Heart Association  
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