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Published in Cardiology

Journal Scan / Research · October 07, 2021

Study Finds No Benefit to Routine CT Coronary Angiography in Intermediate-Risk Patients With Acute Chest Pain

BMJ : British Medical Journal


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BMJ : British Medical Journal
Early computed tomography coronary angiography in patients with suspected acute coronary syndrome: randomised controlled trial
BMJ 2021 Sep 29;374(xx)n2106, AJ Gray, C Roobottom, JE Smith, S Goodacre, K Oatey, R O'Brien, RF Storey, N Curzen, L Keating, A Kardos, D Felmeden, RJ Lee, P Thokala, SC Lewis, DE Newby

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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