Guidelines for catheter intervention in coronary artery lesion in Kawasaki disease

@article{Ishii2001GuidelinesFC,
  title={Guidelines for catheter intervention in coronary artery lesion in Kawasaki disease},
  author={Masahiro Ishii and Takafumi Ueno and Teiji Akagi and Kiyoshi Baba and Kensuke Harada and Kenji Hamaoka and Hirohisa Kato and Etsuko Tsuda and Shigeru Uemura and Tsutomu Saji and Shunichi Ogawa and Shigeyuki Echigo and Toshiko Yamaguchi},
  journal={Pediatrics International},
  year={2001},
  volume={43}
}
Abstract The Research Committee of Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare ‘Study of treatment and long‐term management in Kawasaki disease’ reported the guidelines for catheter intervention in coronary artery lesion in Kawasaki disease in this paper. The contents include: (i) background and natural history of coronary artery lesion in Kawasaki disease; (ii) indication of catheter intervention; (iii) types of procedure, and their indication and care; (iv) institute and backup system; (v) the… 

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