Scans for clinic patients may cut heart attack risk, study finds

16 marzo 2015

Routine heart scans for patients referred to cardiac clinics with chest pain could reduce heart attack rates, research suggests. The study also found that the number of heart attacks that occurred in patients who had received the scan dropped by around a third in the subsequent twenty months of follow-up.
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