cardiology
Ischaemic heart disease

Huge gender gap in MI care

Women who have a heart attack take longer to get an ECG, are less likely to be triaged appropriately and admitted to a cardiac care unit and are more likely to die from STEMI than men, new research has found. Speaking at the conference last week Dr Lisa Kuhn from Monash University, an emergency nurse ...

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