ST-Segment Elevation in Patients with Covid-19 — A Case Series

  title={ST-Segment Elevation in Patients with Covid-19 — A Case Series},
  author={S. Bangalore and A. Sharma and Alexander J Slotwiner and Leonid Yatskar and Rafael Harari and Binita Shah and Homam Ibrahim and G. Friedman and Craig A. Thompson and C. Alviar and H. Chadow and G. Fishman and H. Reynolds and N. Keller and J. Hochman},
  journal={The New England Journal of Medicine},
ST-Segment Elevation in Covid-19 Eighteen patients with Covid-19 presented with ST-segment elevation on ECG or had it develop during hospitalization. Eight patients received a diagnosis of acute my... 

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