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Journal Scan / Research · January 04, 2023

Associations Between Extreme Temperatures and CV Cause–Specific Mortality



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Associations Between Extreme Temperatures and Cardiovascular Cause-Specific Mortality: Results From 27 Countries
Circulation 2022 Dec 12;[EPub Ahead of Print], B Alahmad, H Khraishah, D Royé, AM Vicedo-Cabrera, Y Guo, SI Papatheodorou, S Achilleos, F Acquaotta, B Armstrong, ML Bell, SC Pan, MSZS Coelho, V Colistro, TN Dang, DV Dung, FK De' Donato, A Entezari, YL Guo, M Hashizume, Y Honda, E Indermitte, C Íñiguez, JJK Jaakkola, H Kim, E Lavigne, W Lee, S Li, J Madureira, F Mayvaneh, H Orru, AV Overcenco, MS Ragettli, NRI Ryti, PHN Saldiva, N Scovronick, X Seposo, F Sera, SP Silva, M Stafoggia, A Tobias, E Garshick, AS Bernstein, A Zanobetti, JD Schwartz, A Gasparrini, P Koutrakis

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