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Optimal medical therapy after acute myocardial infarction
  1. Peter Bramlage1,
  2. Ulrich Tebbe2
  1. 1Institute for Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Epidemiology, Mahlow, Germany
  2. 2Klinikum Lippe GmbH, Fachbereich Herz-Kreislauf, Detmold, Germany
  1. Correspondence to Professor Dr Ulrich Tebbe, Klinikum Lippe GmbH, Fachbereich Herz-Kreislauf, Röntgenstrasse 18, 32756 Detmold, Germany; ulrich.tebbe{at}klinikum-lippe.de

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The Authors' reply: Thank you for your kind appreciation of our work.1 We fully agree with the comments you made and would like to take the opportunity to further clarify some important aspects.

(1) Patients who had contraindications to any of the components of optical medical therapy (OMT), such as hypotension for β-blocker use, thrombocytopenia for antiplatelet use, etc, were excluded from this analysis.2 Further 1-year mortality rates were adjusted …

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