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A novel diagnostic protocol to identify patients suitable for discharge after a single high-sensitivity troponin
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    We read the paper of Bhatnagar P. et al. 1 and were impressed by great success of the UK health care on control of cardiovascular disease (CVD). In the UK during last decade, CVD decreased from top to 2nd row on mortality of men in whom, lipid lowering drugs were the most prescribed medicine. 1 In this report, importance of primary care and increased number of less invasive approaches like angioplasty compared to surge...

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