Corpus ID: 32562631

Difference in Clinical Symptoms of Myocardial Infarction between Men and Women

  title={Difference in Clinical Symptoms of Myocardial Infarction between Men and Women},
  author={Sharif Nia Seyyed Hamid and Haghdost Ali Akbar and Nazari Roghayeh and Rezaie Roziata and Saatsaz Sousan and Seyyedi Andi Seyyed Jalil and Y. H. Chan},
  journal={Journal of Critical Care Nursing},
  • Sharif Nia Seyyed Hamid, Haghdost Ali Akbar, +4 authors Y. H. Chan
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Critical Care Nursing
  • Introduction: Cardiovascular disease are the main causes of mortality among men and women so that the difference of acute myocardial infarction (MI) symptoms between men and women can affect on diagnosis and time of decision making for treatment and consequently on disease outcomes. Therefore, knowing different symptoms affects the prognostic of the disease according to the gender. This study conducted aimed to review the difference in clinical symptoms of myocardial infarction between men and… CONTINUE READING
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