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Risk stratification and timing for invasive approach in patients with non-STEMI

Published:February 22, 2019DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajem.2019.02.033
      We decipher with interest the study by Langabeer II et al. with large cohort [
      • Langabeer 2nd, J.R.
      • Champagne-Langabeer T.
      • Fowler R.
      • Henry T.
      Gender-based outcome differences for emergency department presentation of non-STEMI acute coronary syndrome.
      ], which provide visionary points about gender disparities in patients presenting with non-STEMI acute coronary syndrome. Although its well-designed conception, we want to address some points that need more attention.
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