Gender differences in acute coronary syndromes patterns during the COVID-19 outbreak

Am J Cardiovasc Dis

2 December Dec 2020 one month ago
  • Trabattoni D, Gili S

Mortality from acute coronary syndromes (ACS) is strictly related to early management. As female patients usually experience longer delays before diagnosis and treatment, we assessed whether women were more affected by the dramatic drop in hospital admissions for ACS during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Barbero U, Moncalvo C, Trabattoni D, Pavani M, Amoroso GR, Bocchino PP, Truffa Giachet A, Saglietto A, Monticone S, Secco GG, Campo G, Verardi R, Iannaccone M, Galvani M, Ugo F, Infantino V, Olivotti L, Mennuni M, Vercellino M, Gili S, Zucchetti O, Casella G, Giammaria M, De Benedictis M, Tolomeo P, Doronzo B, Grosso Marra W, Rognoni A, Montefusco A, Patti G, Mancone M, De Ferrari GM, D'Ascenzo F. Gender differences in acute coronary syndromes patterns during the COVID-19 outbreak. Am J Cardiovasc Dis 2020 Oct 15;10(4):506-513

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