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Rasha Al-Lamee
Rasha Al-Lamee (UK)


Evolving management of stable coronary disease: How the revascularization trials are affecting clinical practice


Gabriele Fragasso
Gabriele Fragasso (Italy)


Comprehensive medical management of ischemic heart disease: From hemodynamic to cellular metabolic mechanisms


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Burden of disease & best practices regarding diagnosis
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ANGINA: BURDEN OF THE DISEASE
& EVIDENCE-BASED DIAGNOSIS
APPROACHES (PART 3)
Optimal medical treatment of Angina: How to translate new evidence into clinical practice?
Speakers
Rasha Al-Lamee
Rasha Al-Lamee (UK)
Evolving management of stable coronary disease: How the revascularization trials are affecting clinical practice
Gabriele Fragasso
Gabriele Fragasso (Italy)
Comprehensive medical management of ischemic heart disease: From hemodynamic to cellular metabolic mechanisms
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ANGINA: BURDEN OF THE DISEASE & EVIDENCE-BASED DIAGNOSIS APPROACHES (PART 3)
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ANGINA: BURDEN OF THE DISEASE & EVIDENCE-BASED DIAGNOSIS APPROACHES (PART 3)


Burden of disease & best practices regarding diagnosis of symptoms

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