Racial disparities among Asian Americans with atrial fibrillation: An analysis from the NCDR® PINNACLE Registry.

  title={Racial disparities among Asian Americans with atrial fibrillation: An analysis from the NCDR{\textregistered} PINNACLE Registry.},
  author={Kevin Gu and Dhruv Mahtta and Amar Kaneria and Parija Sharedalal and Brittany Dennis and Yang Song and Wei Xin and Umair Khalid and Paul Hess and Sung-Hae Cho and Salim S. Virani},
  journal={International journal of cardiology},
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