Sex differences in evaluation and outcome of unstable angina.

  title={Sex differences in evaluation and outcome of unstable angina.},
  author={Veronique Lee Roger and Michael E. Farkouh and Susan A. Weston and Guy S. Reeder and Steven J. Jacobsen and Alan R. Zinsmeister and Barbara P. Yawn and Steven L Kopecky and Sherine E. Gabriel},
  volume={283 5},
CONTEXT The existence of sex bias in the delivery of cardiac care is controversial, and little is known about the association between sex and delivery of care and outcomes at an early point in the diagnostic sequence, such as when patients present for the evaluation of chest pain. OBJECTIVE To test the hypothesis that female sex is negatively associated with care delivered to and outcomes of persons diagnosed as having unstable angina. DESIGN Inception population-based cohort study with an… CONTINUE READING


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