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Литература - Рекомендации по ведению пациентов с инфарктом миокарда с подъемом сегмента ST

Оглавление
Рекомендации по ведению пациентов с инфарктом миокарда с подъемом сегмента ST
Введение
Рекомендации по использованию антагонистов гликопротеиновых рецепторов
Рекомендации по применению тиенопиридинов
Рекомендации по использованию парентеральных антикоагулянтов
Рекомендации по отбору и направлению на ЧКВ
Рекомендации по интенсивному контролю глюкозы при ИМПST
Рекомендации по удалению тромбов во время ЧКВ при ИМПST
Рекомендации по использованию стентов при ИМПST
Рекомендации по ангиографии у пациентов с хронической почечной недостаточностью
Рекомендации по применению фракционного резерва кровотока
Рекомендации по ЧКВ при поражениях «незащищенного» основного ствола левой коронарной артерии
Рекомендации в отношении сроков ангиографии и антитромбоцитарной терапии
Литература
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