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Post-systolic shortening relates to prognosis and degree of stenosis in acute coronary syndrome

Topic: Tissue Doppler, Speckle Tracking and Strain Imaging

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Mr Philip Brainin

Gentofte University Hospital, Copenhagen (Denmark)
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Can speckles track clinical outcomes?

Speakers: Mr P. Brainin, Ms T. Ishigaki, Doctor J. Grapsa, Doctor E. Pagourelias, Doctor I. Ikonomidis

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ESC Congress 2018

7 November - 29 August 2018

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