Coronary Artery Disease and Women: Justifies Equal Opportunity Management
BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1994 Sep 3; 309(6954): 555-557.
Age Factors; Consultation; Diabetes; Diagnosis; Disease; Drugs; Discrimination; Females; Heart Diseases; Hormones; Hypertension; International Aspects; Males; Medicine; Morbidity; Mortality; Patient Care; Prevalence; Preventive Medicine; Prognosis; Risk; Selection for Treatment; Smoking; Social Discrimination; Surgery; Treatment Outcome;
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