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Trends in proportion of patients in Killip class III and IV in myocardial infarction Variables associated with it and with mortality



Trends in proportion of patients in Killip class III and IV in myocardial infarction Variables associated with it and with mortality



European Heart Journal 23(Abstract Supplement): 194, August-September




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