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 Sofia Sederholm Lawesson
Sofia Sederholm Lawesson
Sofia Sederholm Lawesson Sofia Sederholm Lawesson

Department of Cardiology and Deparment of Medical and Health Sciences, Linkoping (Sweden)

Specialities : Acute Coronary Syndromes , Coronary Artery Disease Chronic, Interventional Cardiology

5 presentations from this speaker

Symptom and delay from a gender: perspective.

Event : EuroHeartCare 2017

  • Session : How to build, support and sustain a golden strategy: Multidisciplinary heart team care in STEMI patients in a pre-hospital perspective- to reduce time!
  • Speaker : S Sederholm Lawesson (Linkoping,SE)

Gender differences in first medical contact and pre-hospital delay times in ST-elevation myocardial infarction.

Event : ESC Congress 2016

  • Session : Time and space in acute coronary syndrome
  • Speaker : S Sederholm Lawesson (Linkoping,SE)

First medical contact in STEMI patients; utilization of healthcare advice via telephone in the acute phase - a survey report from the SymTime study group

Event : ESC Congress 2014

  • Session : The cost of heart disease: economic and psychosocial
  • Speaker : S Sederholm Lawesson (Linkoping,SE)

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