Una importante proporción de pacientes sufre IAM tipo 2 | 20 MAY 18

Evaluación y clasificación de los pacientes con lesión e infarto de miocardio

Diferenciar a los pacientes de los que sufren IAM en ausencia de isquemia (lesión miocárdica) es complejo debido a la superposición de entidades
Autor/a: Andrew R Chapman, Philip D Adamson, Nicholas L Mills Fuente: Heart 2017;103:10–18 Assessment and classification of patients with myocardial injury and infarction in clinical practice
INDICE:  1. Página 1 | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
Referencias bibliográficas

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