Vergleich oder Kombination von ß-BIockern und Kalziumantagonisten bei stabiler und instabiler Angina pectoris

  • M. C. M. Portegies
  • K. I. Lie


Der vorliegende Beitrag gibt einen Überblick zum Thema Vergleich oder Kombination von β-Blockern und Kalziumantagonisten bei stabiler und instabiler Angina pectoris. Diskutiert werden Fragen wie Symptomatik, Belastungstoleranz, Ischämie unter Alltagsbelastung, Morbidität und Mortalität.


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