Efficacité du traitement de reperfusion au stade aigu de l'infarctus dans la population âgée : données du registre USIK 1995

@article{Demichli2002EfficacitDT,
  title={Efficacit{\'e} du traitement de reperfusion au stade aigu de l'infarctus dans la population {\^a}g{\'e}e : donn{\'e}es du registre USIK 1995},
  author={T Demich{\'e}li and J. P. Cambou and Laurent Vaur and N. Gen{\`e}s and Sylvie Etienne and Micha{\"e}l Angioi and Nicolas Danchin},
  journal={Annales De Cardiologie Et D Angeiologie},
  year={2002},
  volume={51},
  pages={20-24}
}
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