ESC CONGRESS 2012

25 - 29 August 2012, Munich - Germany

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Stemi: epidemiology considerations and electrocardiogram findings
Sun 26 Aug 08:30 - 12:30 Unknown Poster Session Posters - Village 10

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08:30P927ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction and distortion of the QRS: long term mortality.Ivan NUNEZ-GIL (Madrid, ES)
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08:30P935Left bundle branch block activations for primary percutaneous coronary intervention are non-specific for acute vessel occlusion but still merit immediate assessmentAdam BROWN (Cambridge, GB)
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08:30P938Persistent angina but not degree of coronary artery disease or gender predicts long term anxiety and depression after angiographyLasse JESPERSEN (Copenhagen, DK)