Estimating the incidence of the acute coronary syndrome: data from a Danish cohort of 138 290 persons.

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BACKGROUND Estimates of incidence are crucial to the planning of public health measures, but most studies of incidence of, for example, acute myocardial infarction (MI) are troubled by methodological problems such as; (i) selection biases of the patients being included for study, (ii) lack of identification and control of the cohort under observation, (iii… (More)

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