La causa principal de enfermedad y muerte en las mujeres de todo el mundo. | 08 AGO 23

Enfermedad cardiovascular en las mujeres

Las mujeres con ECV experimentan retraso en el diagnóstico, tienen menos posibilidad de ser tratadas según guías, complicaciones y peores resultados que los hombres.
Autor/a: Natalie Montar ello. Wao Ping (Alicia) Chan  Aust Prescr 2023;45:193-9
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