Post Myocardial Infarction
Publisher: Royal College of General Practitioners 2007
Number of pages: 688
This guideline gives recommendations to clinicians and others about lifestyle modification, cardiac rehabilitation, drug therapy and advice about which patients to refer for further assessment for possible coronary revascularisation.
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