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Cardiogenic shoch

U Zeymer, R Zahn, A Gitt, S Schneider, J Senges
Current national and international guidelines for patients with acute coronary syndromes mostly refer to the results of randomised clinical trials. However, these results usually include low-risk patients, while patients with higher risk, such as patients after resuscitation, with cardiogenic shoch or renal insufficiency are excluded. Therefore are the results of randomised trial not necessarily applicable to the every days clinical practice patients. This gap can be filled by prospective registries. Since the 1990 s such registries have been performed in Germany...
October 2009: Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift
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