Demographic and angiographic profile in premature cases of acute coronary syndrome: analysis of 820 young patients from South India.

@article{Deora2016DemographicAA,
  title={Demographic and angiographic profile in premature cases of acute coronary syndrome: analysis of 820 young patients from South India.},
  author={Surender Deora and Tarun Kumar and Rangaraj Ramalingam and Chollenhalli Nanjappa Manjunath},
  journal={Cardiovascular diagnosis and therapy},
  year={2016},
  volume={6 3},
  pages={
          193-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND Prevalence of acute coronary syndrome in young individuals is increasing progressively. Previous studies have focused on the analysis of risk factors and to some extent coronary angiographic profile in young vs. old patients with acute coronary syndrome, but no study compared the angiographic profile in young patients based on the type of acute coronary syndrome. So, this study was conducted to determine the differences in demographic and coronary angiographic profile of young… Expand
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