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Lower peak systolic blood pressure during exercise testing predicts higher risk of all-cause mortality even when accounting for exercise capacity and other confounders

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Associate Professor Kristofer Hedman

Linkoping University, Linkoping (Sweden)
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Exercise, Risk and Outcomes

Speakers: Associate Professor K. Hedman, Doctor M. Frisk Torell, Doctor O. Kleiven, Doctor V. Marcos Garces, Doctor A. Poosala...
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