Revascularization for Silent Ischemia Linked to Better Outcomes
from MedPage Today
Revascularization for silent ischemia was associated with better outcomes in the long run compared with medical therapy alone, a registry study suggested. Mortality was 19 percent lower with revascularization for asymptomatic stable coronary artery disease than with medication alone over more than four years' follow-up, according to researchers led by Andrew Czarnecki, M.D., MSc, of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, Ontario.
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