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Revascularisation is primarily intended for chronic coronary syndrome patients with symptoms refractory to medical therapy: pro.

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Doctor Rasha Al-Lamee

Imperial College London, London (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
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Revascularisation is primarily intended for chronic coronary syndrome patients with symptoms refractory to medical therapy: con.

Speaker: Doctor D. Holmes (Rochester, US)

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Great Debate: is revascularisation primarily intended for chronic coronary syndrome patients with symptoms refractory to medical therapy? – discussion.

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Great Debate: is revascularisation primarily intended for chronic coronary syndrome patients with symptoms refractory to medical therapy?

Speakers: Doctor R. Al-Lamee, Doctor D. Holmes
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