Ergometrie pp 272-280 | Cite as

Allgemeine und spezielle Ischämiediagnostik

  • H. Löllgen
  • U. J. Winter
  • E. Erdmann

Zusammenfassung

Die speziellen Aspekte der Ischämiediagnostik werden in den verschiedenen Kapiteln (1.2, 3.2, 3.3 und 7.2) ausführlich dargestellt. Hier folgt eine kurze Synopsis zur Ischämiediagnostik vor und nach Interventionen.

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  • H. Löllgen
  • U. J. Winter
  • E. Erdmann

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