Contemporary issues in triage and inhospital assessment and management of women’s acute coronary syndrome in Victorian public hospitals: A retrospective study

Lisa Kuhn
"Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the world’s leading killer of men and women. Mortality rates have improved over recent decades, however reductions in women’s deaths have failed to keep pace with men’s. Heart attack (acute myocardial infarction, AMI) fits within a continuum of CHD known as acute coronary syndrome (ACS). Under-assessment and undertreatment of women’s AMI compared to men’s have been blamed for some of the disparity. Death and disability due to AMI is preventable...
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