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Temporal changes in population rates of cardiac services, demographics, and AMI prevalence (relative to 1992). David A. Alter, et al, Circulation 2006;113;380-387. Temporal Changes in Age- and Sex-Adjusted Cardiac Diagnostic and Therapeutic Invasive Services per 1000 Adult Population.

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David a alter et al circulation 2006 113 380 387

Temporal changes in population rates of cardiac services, demographics, and AMI prevalence (relative to 1992)

David A. Alter, et al, Circulation 2006;113;380-387


David a alter et al circulation 2006 113 380 387

Temporal Changes in Age- and Sex-Adjusted Cardiac Diagnostic and Therapeutic Invasive Services per 1000 Adult Population

David A. Alter, et al, Circulation 2006;113;380-387


David a alter et al circulation 2006 113 380 387

Direct Expenditures Associated With Noninvasive and Invasive Cardiac Services in Ontario, Canada (All expenditures are in Canadian dollars)

David A. Alter, et al, Circulation 2006;113;380-387


David a alter et al circulation 2006 113 380 387

Temporal Changes in Cardiac Service Utilization According to Age, Gender, and Socioeconomic Subgroups

SES indicates socioeconomic status. *Based on a model that included 10 years of data, which adjusted for SES and age-sex interactions

David A. Alter, et al, Circulation 2006;113;380-387


David a alter et al circulation 2006 113 380 387

Temporal trends in cardiac services according to disease-specific cohorts

David A. Alter, et al, Circulation 2006;113;380-387


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