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Hubner P J - - 1969
In a coronary care unit patients and electrocardiographic monitors are under almost continuous observation by trained personnel. This paper suggests that in a general medical ward without this facility routine cardiac monitoring with E.C.G. oscilloscopes is unlikely to lower the overall mortality from acute myocardial infarction. A mortality of 25% ...
HURLBURT F W - - 1965
The mortality from acute myocardial infarction has remained unchanged over the past three decades. The records of 200 patients hospitalized because of acute myocardial infarction were analyzed at St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver. Criteria for diagnosis were autopsy evidence and electrocardiographic evidence of acute muscle necrosis. Sixty-two patients died, 30 in ...
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