Gender and age inequity in the provision of coronary revascularisation in England in the 1990s: is it getting better?

@article{Shaw2004GenderAA,
  title={Gender and age inequity in the provision of coronary revascularisation in England in the 1990s: is it getting better?},
  author={M. Rebecca Shaw and Ross J. Maxwell and Kim Rees and Davidson Ho and Steven D. Oliver and Yoav Ben-Shlomo and Shanil Ebrahim},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={59 12},
  pages={
          2499-507
        }
}
Although the mortality and incidence of coronary heart disease (CHD) in England and Wales has declined in recent years, an ageing population has contributed to keeping the prevalence of CHD largely unchanged. Evidence suggests that revascularisation procedures have contributed not only to this decline in mortality, but also to the decline in morbidity from heart disease, and to improvements in quality of life, even in old age. Despite clinical evidence of benefit, revascularisation is less… CONTINUE READING
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