Los criterios actualizados (exhaustiva revisión 2014) | 14 JUL 14

Insuficiencia cardíaca: diagnóstico y tratamiento

Un análisis pormenorizado de los criterios de diagnóstico en cada etapa evolutiva con sus alternativas terapéuticas actualizadas.
Autor/a: Dres. Dunlay SM, Pereira NL, Kushwaha SS Mayo Clin Proc. 2014;89:662-676
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