How can we improve secondary prevention after ACS?
Briffa, Thomas G., Chow, Clara, Clark, Alexander Michael and Redfern, Julie. (2016). How can we improve secondary prevention after ACS? Medicine Today. 17(10), pp. 25 - 28.
|Authors||Briffa, Thomas G., Chow, Clara, Clark, Alexander Michael and Redfern, Julie|
With more people surviving acute coronary syndrome, the need for sustainable secondary prevention of coronary heart disease is increasing. Secondary prevention starts with guideline-recommended care before discharge from hospital, followed by an effective transition back into primary care and then evidence-based interventions, underpinned by regular clinical review and patient self-management.
|Journal citation||17 (10), pp. 25 - 28|
|Publisher||Medicine Today Pty Ltd|
|Web address (URL)||http://medicinetoday.com.au/2016/october/feature-article/how-can-we-improve-secondary-prevention-after-acs|
|Page range||25 - 28|
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|Place of publication||Australia|
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