Experiencias con el sistema de salud | 16 MAR 15

Reconocimiento de síntomas en mujeres jóvenes con infarto agudo de miocardio

Debido a que sus síntomas pueden ser atípicos, las mujeres con IAM llegan tarde a la consulta y los médicos demoran más en llegar al diagnóstico.
Autor/a: Lichtman JH, Leifheit-Limson EC Fuente: Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes. 2015;8 Symptom Recognition and Healthcare Experiences of Young Women With Acute Myocardial Infarction
INDICE:  1. Desarrollo | 2. Referencias
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