PMID: 4543266Dec 1, 1973

Emergency myocardial revascularization

The American Journal of Cardiology
C CheanvechaiF M Sones

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

Oct 1, 1972·The American Journal of Cardiology·E CordayT W Lang
Nov 1, 1971·Archives of Surgery·R PifarréJ R Tobin
Nov 1, 1970·British Heart Journal·M Stowers, D Short
Oct 1, 1969·Circulation·H A SolomonT Killip
Jun 24, 1961·British Medical Journal·P WOOD
Apr 1, 1951·British Heart Journal·P MOUNSEY

Citations

Apr 1, 1977·British Heart Journal·L J DayE Sowton
Dec 25, 1975·The New England Journal of Medicine·R SeldenR P Anderson
May 5, 1977·The New England Journal of Medicine·L D Hillis, E Braunwald
Sep 13, 1984·The New England Journal of Medicine·G L Laffel, E Braunwald
Oct 1, 1978·The American Journal of Cardiology·G N OlingerF E Tristani
Dec 1, 1977·Angiology·A May
Dec 1, 1975·Circulation·S B GussR E Dinsmore
May 1, 1975·Acta Medica Scandinavica·B HoelE Sivertssen

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Acute Disease
Angiocardiography
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Electrocardiographic Recorders
Emergencies [Disease/Finding]
Cardiac Catheterization Procedures
Cardiac Surgery Procedures
Myocardial Infarction
Internal Mammary Artery Implantation

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