Impact Of Sex On Clinical Characteristics And In-Hospital Outcomes In A Multi-Ethnic Southeast Asian Population Of Patients Hospitalized For Acute Heart Failure
Peter Chang,1 Shaw Yang Chia,2 Ling Ling Sim,2 Fei Gao,2 Fong Ling Lee,3 Ping Chai,1 Raymond Ching-Chiew Wong,1 Swee Chong Seow,1 Gerard Kui Toh Leong,4 Poh Shuan Daniel Yeo,5, 6 David Sim,2 Terrance Chua,2 Bernard W.K. Kwok,2 Carolyn S.P. Lam1
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