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Detectable troponin below the 99th percentile predicts survival in patients with cardiovascular disease

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Doctor Lars Michel

University of Duisburg-Essen, West German Heart and Vascular Center, Essen (Germany)
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Impact of chronic coronary syndromes on cardiovascular hospitalization and mortality: the ESC-EORP CICD-LT registry

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12-month post-trial follow-up of participants in the Australian arm of the second low-dose colchicine trial

Speaker: Doctor M. Nidorf (Perth, AU)

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Association of elevated lipoprotein(a) level and monocyte subsets with the severity of coronary atherosclerosis

Speaker: Miss A. Filatova (Moscow, RU)

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Sex-dependent impact of coronary microvascular dysfunction on long-term clinical outcomes in patients with no-obstructive coronary artery disease

Speaker: Doctor T. Toya (Rochester, US)

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Chronic coronary syndromes: pathophysiology, treatment, and prognosis

Speakers: Doctor L. Michel, Doctor M. Kerneis, Doctor M. Nidorf, Miss A. Filatova, Doctor T. Toya
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