Interventional cardiology

Coronary angiography ups survival in unstable angina

Patients with unstable angina have better survival outcomes when they undergo routine invasive coronary angiography a large Australian study reveals. The findings have reignited an ongoing debate about how to best treat patients who present with the condition. “It appears that there is a benefit to understanding the patient’s coronary anatomy very early after admission ...

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