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Implementation of a diagnostic and interventional transradial programme: resource and organisational implications

Implementation of a diagnostic and interventional transradial programme: resource and organisational implications

Heart 89(5): 561-562

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PMID: 12695473

DOI: 10.1136/heart.89.5.561

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