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The effects of aetiology on outcome in patients treated with cardiac resynchronization therapy in the CARE-HF trial

By Gerhard Wikstrom, Carina Blomström-Lundqvist, Bertil Andren, Stefan Lönnerholm, Per Blomström, Nick Freemantle, Thomas Remp and John G.F. Cleland
Topics: Clinical Research
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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