ANALYSIS OF TIME IN EARLY PERIOD CORONARY ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROMES WITHOUT ST SEGMENT ELEVATION

ST СЕГМЕНТІНІҢ ЖОҒАРЫЛАУЫНСЫЗ ЖКС-ҒА АЛҒАШҚЫ МЕЗГІЛДЕ КОРОНАРОАНГИОГРАФИЯ ЖҮРГІЗУДІҢ УАҚЫТ ТАЛДАУЫ
Б. Стамбол, Р. Қыдырбек, Д.С. Байжұманова
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J CLIN MED KAZ, Volume 3, Issue 29, pp. 51-57.
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Стамбол Б, Қыдырбек Р, Байжұманова Д. ANALYSIS OF TIME IN EARLY PERIOD CORONARY ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROMES WITHOUT ST SEGMENT ELEVATION. Journal of Clinical Medicine of Kazakhstan. 2013;3(29):51-7.

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