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Recurrent ischaemic events are not predicted by exercise testing, ejection fraction and Holter monitoring following thrombolysis



Recurrent ischaemic events are not predicted by exercise testing, ejection fraction and Holter monitoring following thrombolysis



European Heart Journal 17(ABSTR SUPPL ): 260




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