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The impact of age and Killip class on outcomes of primary percutaneous coronary intervention. Insight from the PRAGUE-1 and -2 trials and registry

EuroIntervention 2007;2:481-486 - DOI10.4244/EIJV2I4A85.

Petr Widimský
Petr Widimsk´y1*, MD, DrSc, FESC; Zuzana Motovská1, MD, PhD; Dana Bílková1, MD; Michael Aschermann1, MD, DrSc, FESC; Ladislav Groch2, MD; Michael Zelízko3, MD, CSc
1. Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic; 2. Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; 3. IKEM Prague, Czech Republic

Background: Primary PCI (p-PCI) was shown to be the most effective reperfusion strategy for ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). However, its success rates and clinical outco

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