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Kawasaki disease in children

L E Wood, R M R TullohMay 1, 2009; 95:787-792Reviews More: continued here

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Update on dual antiplatelet therapy for percutaneous coronary intervention

Abhiram Prasad, David R HolmesJun 1, 2009; 95:861-865Featured editorial More: continued here

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Evolution and outcome of diastolic dysfunction

N Achong, S Wahi, T H MarwickMay 1, 2009; 95:813-818 More: continued here

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Study: Fast treatment matters with heart attacks

New research published in the British Medical Journal has found that people who have suffered a heart attack should be given balloon angioplasty as soon as they enter the hospital in order to decrease their risk of dying. More: continued here

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Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy: an update

Domenico Corrado, Cristina Basso, Gaetano ThieneMay 1, 2009; 95:766-773Education in Heart More: continued here

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Pregnancy in high risk cardiac conditions

Jolien W Roos-Hesselink, Johannes J Duvekot, Sara A ThorneApr 1, 2009; 95:680-686Education in Heart More: continued here

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Prophylactic antibiotic treatment to prevent infective endocarditis: new guidance from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence

Nicholas BrooksMay 1, 2009; 95:774-780Education in Heart More: continued here

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Aortic valve calcification: basic science to clinical practice

K Akat, M Borggrefe, J J KadenApr 1, 2009; 95:616-623Reviews More: continued here

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Stem cells in myocardial infarction: from bench to bedside

Helge Mollmann, Holger Nef, Albrecht Elsasser, Christian HammMar 1, 2009; 95:508-514Education in Heart More: continued here

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Atrial fibrillation in heart failure: the chicken or the egg?

R Balasubramaniam, P M KistlerApr 1, 2009; 95:535-539Reviews More: continued here

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Do patients with angina alone have a more benign prognosis than patients with a history of acute myocardial infarction, revascularisation or both? Findings from a community cohort study

B Buckley, A W MurphyMar 1, 2009; 95:461-467 More: continued here

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Bifurcation stenting: current strategies and new devices

A Latib, A Colombo, G M SangiorgiMar 1, 2009; 95:495-504 More: continued here Powered by SmartRSS

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