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Coronary disease: adverse events among patients 1999-2005

Adverse events among patients with coronary disease 1999-2005

by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 31, 2010
Coronary disease: adverse events among patients 1999-2005 This statistic shows the percentage of patients that experienced adverse events while suffering coronary disease, based on a study in 14 countries from 1999 to 2005. In 1999, some 8.4 percent of patients with coronary disease suffered an in-hospital heart attack death.
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Adverse events among patients with coronary disease 1999-2005

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