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CLimate Impacts on Myocardial infarction deaths in the Athens TErritory: the CLIMATE study
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    • Ildikó Kriszbacher, associate professor
    • Other Contributors:
      • Imre Boncz, Ildiko Csoboth, József Bódis

    Dear Editor,

    We read with great interest the very important article by Dilaveris et al about the climate impacts on myocardial infarction deaths in Athens, Greece [1]. Several reports have already proved that the number of deaths related to acute myocardial infarction (AMI) shows a seasonal variation, with a peak in winter, and a lowest number of mortality rates during the months of summer [2,3,4]. The effects o...

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