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Incremental and synergistic prognostic value of exercise stress testing and standard risk factor assessment in asymptomatic executives: a primary prevention study

Topic: Cardiovascular Risk Assessment, Other


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Doctor Milind Desai

Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland (United States of America)
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Challenges in improving risk prediction

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25 August - 29 August 2018

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