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Stroke and bleeding risk correlation in atrial fibrillation

AJMPlus | Oct 30, 2014

In a real-world population with atrial fibrillation, we confirmed that the cardioembolic and bleeding risk classifications are correlated but not exchangeable. It is then worth verifying the advantages of a strategy adopting a combined risk assessment over a strategy relying only on the cardioembolic risk evaluation. American Journal of Medicine, The (10/2014)


Chronic coinfections with Lyme disease

AJMPlus | Nov 13, 2014

Guideline adherence in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease management

AJMPlus | Nov 20, 2014

Blood pressure assessment in patients with kidney disease

AJMPlus | Nov 06, 2014

Non-cardiac surgery after percutaneous coronary intervention

AJMPlus | Nov 20, 2014

Differentiating left ventricular hypertrophy and hypertropic cardiomyopathy in athletes

AJMPlus | Oct 30, 2014

A new opioid compliance checklist

AJMPlus | Nov 13, 2014

Acute decompensated heart failure after hospital admission

AJMPlus | Nov 13, 2014

Selenium level association with low muscle mass

AJMPlus | Nov 13, 2014

Brain changes predict impairment in daily functioning

AJMPlus | Nov 06, 2014


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