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Insuficiencia cardíaca con fracción de eyección normal

Los criterios de diagnóstico y las recomendaciones terapéuticas. Un tema acerca en el que todavía hay demasiada incertidumbre
Autor/a: Frans H Rutten, Andrew L Clark, Arno W Hoes How big a problem is heart failure with a normal ejection fraction?
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