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Published in Cardiology

News · September 08, 2021

Active Smoking, HTN or Diabetes, Family History Predict Early MI

In multivariable analysis, strong predictors for MI ≤45 years were hypertension or diabetes, active smoking, family history, BMI ≥30 kg/m2



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