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Guidelines of the Brazilian Cardiology Society on unstable angina and myocardial acute infarction without ST-segment elevation: Part I: Risk stratification and approaches in the first 12 hours after the patient arrives to the hospital



Guidelines of the Brazilian Cardiology Society on unstable angina and myocardial acute infarction without ST-segment elevation: Part I: Risk stratification and approaches in the first 12 hours after the patient arrives to the hospital



Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia 77(Suppl. 2): 3-23




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