Ischaemic heart disease

‘Alarming’ gender bias in ACS treatment: CONCORDANCE

Cardiologists say they are alarmed by findings that women with an ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) are much less likely than men to have invasive management and revascularisation and subsequently have worse outcomes than men. Data from the CONCORDANCE registry show that women with STEMI were less likely than men to have undergone coronary angiography (Odds ...

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