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Multiple Atherosclerotic Plaque Rupture in Acute Coronary Syndrome: A Three-Vessel Intravascular Ultrasound Study
Background—To test the hypothesis of general atherosclerotic plaque destabilization during acute coronary syndrome (ACS), the present study sought to analyze the 3 coronary arteries by systematicExpand
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Emergency extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in a hospital without on-site cardiac surgical facilities.
AIMS We report the feasibility and outcomes of emergency extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) implantation by a cardiac catheterisation team in patients in severe cardiogenic shock orExpand
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Normal values of signal-averaged electrocardiographic parameters and QT dispersion in infants and children.
Ventricular late potentials, and dispersion of the QT interval, are markers for risk of ventricular arrhythmias. Normal values for these parameters are well established in adults, but may not applyExpand
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[Multiple ruptures of atherosclerotic plaques in acute coronary syndrome. Endocoronary ultrasonography study of three arteries].
The aim of this study was to assess the three coronary arteries systematically by endocoronary ultrasonography in patients with unstable angina to check the hypothesis of global destabilisation ofExpand
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Multiple atherosclerotic plaque rupture in acute coronary syndrome: a three vessel IVUS study
Background—To test the hypothesis of general atherosclerotic plaque destabilization during acute coronary syndrome (ACS), the present study sought to analyze the 3 coronary arteries by systematicExpand
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[Evaluation of an education program of patients undergoing oral anticoagulation treatment].
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the therapeutic impact of an education program on patients undergoing oral anticoagulation treatment, within the hospital of Annecy (France). MATERIAL AND METHODS Groups of 10Expand
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[Validation of a diagnostic algorithm in non severe pulmonary embolism at the Annecy general hospital. D-dimers, venous lower limb ultra-sound and spiral CT scan].
OBJECTIVE AND METHOD We have evaluated the sensitivity of a diagnostic algorithm for all patients suspected of pulmonary embolism using: D-Dimer, lower limb venous ultrasonography and helicalExpand
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