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Age related policy in cardiology: comparison of health care provision in UK and Italy

La Torre, G., Boccia, A., Damiani, G., D'Errico, M.M., Farinaro, E., Gregorio, P., Nante, N., Sante, P., Siliquini, R., Bowling, A., McKee, D., McClay, M., Dickinson, E. and Ricciardi, G. (2002) Age related policy in cardiology: comparison of health care provision in UK and Italy European Journal Public Health, 12, (4), supplement Supplement I, 71 - 71. (doi:10.1093/eurpub/12.suppl_1.35).

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Background: There is evidence that several procedures are frequently provided only in relation to age, older people with coronary heart disease are often not considered for intervention by general practitioners and there is a not favourable tendency in using diagnostic techniques in that age.

Aim: To investigate the influence of age of patient on the appropriate clinical management of cardiovascular diseases in UK and Italy.

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Published date: December 2002
Additional Information: 10th Annual EUPHA Meeting/Abstracts.
Organisations: Faculty of Health Sciences


Local EPrints ID: 334668
ISSN: 1101-1262
PURE UUID: 61a8fbbd-c1c1-42e5-8cc6-4122d8743944

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Date deposited: 30 Mar 2012 15:43
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 06:11

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Author: G. La Torre
Author: A. Boccia
Author: G. Damiani
Author: M.M. D'Errico
Author: E. Farinaro
Author: P. Gregorio
Author: N. Nante
Author: P. Sante
Author: R. Siliquini
Author: A. Bowling
Author: D. McKee
Author: M. McClay
Author: E. Dickinson
Author: G. Ricciardi

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