A acute coronary syndrome: a problem condition

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Clinic experience on rendering of the specialized help is presented at a acute coronary syndrome of 202 patients: thrombolytic therapy is spent 32,1 % of patients, primary angioplasty with stent procedure 44,1 %. The basic problems arising at rendering assistance of this category of patients are analysed: the long time passing from the moment of occurrence of the first symptoms before receipt of the patient in a hospital, absence of accurate interrelation and coordination of work of the structures connected with rendering of the specialized help, insufficient maintenance thrombolytic preparations.

A V Shabrov

Email: mechnik@gmail.com

S A Boldueva

T J Burak

I V Arharov

I N Kochanov

A L Kaledin

I A Leonov

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