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The Use of Echocardiography in Acute Cardiovascular Care

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The Use of Echocardiography in Acute Cardiovascular Care
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Publisher: European Heart Journal
Number of pages: 28

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In this document, we describe the practical applications of echocardiography in patients with acute cardiac conditions, in particular with acute chest pain, acute heart failure, suspected cardiac tamponade, complications of myo-cardial infarction, acute valvular heart disease including endocarditis, acute disease of the ascending aorta and post-intervention complications.

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