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NEWS From The America Heart Association

NEWS From The America Heart Association MEWS continuing education credits for nurses has been angiogenesis, biochemical aspects of angiogenesis made. factors, coronary collateral circulation, vascular For additional information concerning abstracts, growth and clinical implications of coronary vasa call 214-706-1443; housing, 214-706-1280; regis- vasorum, and potential clinical importance of angio- tration, 214-644-9506. Telex 269181 AHANCUR. genesis in CVD. A panel discussion will follow the presentations. Chairmen Melvin L. Marcus and A. Clifford Barger are among the presenters, who also Scientific Publications Released include Judah Folkman, Judith Swain, Wolfgang Silent coronary artery disease was the focus of Schaper, and Donald Heistad. the 14 cardiologists and epidemiologists who met "In-Hospital Stroke" is sponsored by the Councils in April 1986, in Bethesda, Md. Their purpose was on Cardiovascular Nursing, Stroke, and Arterioscle- to define and evaluate silent coronary artery dis- rosis. Its objectives are to provide a comprehensive ease, develop guidelines for its detection and man- update of the concepts and principles of care of agement, and identify issues needing additional patients who experience a stroke during hospitaliza- research. The recommendations of the conferees tion. MarkL. Dyken and Nancy Y. Doolittle chair the form this monograph, Recognition, Pathogenesis, program, which begins with an overview, followed and Management Options in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Arteriosclerosis Wolters Kluwer Health

NEWS From The America Heart Association

Arteriosclerosis , Volume 7 (5) – Sep 1, 1987

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© 1987 by American Heart Association, Inc.
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0276-5047

Abstract

MEWS continuing education credits for nurses has been angiogenesis, biochemical aspects of angiogenesis made. factors, coronary collateral circulation, vascular For additional information concerning abstracts, growth and clinical implications of coronary vasa call 214-706-1443; housing, 214-706-1280; regis- vasorum, and potential clinical importance of angio- tration, 214-644-9506. Telex 269181 AHANCUR. genesis in CVD. A panel discussion will follow the presentations. Chairmen Melvin L. Marcus and A. Clifford Barger are among the presenters, who also Scientific Publications Released include Judah Folkman, Judith Swain, Wolfgang Silent coronary artery disease was the focus of Schaper, and Donald Heistad. the 14 cardiologists and epidemiologists who met "In-Hospital Stroke" is sponsored by the Councils in April 1986, in Bethesda, Md. Their purpose was on Cardiovascular Nursing, Stroke, and Arterioscle- to define and evaluate silent coronary artery dis- rosis. Its objectives are to provide a comprehensive ease, develop guidelines for its detection and man- update of the concepts and principles of care of agement, and identify issues needing additional patients who experience a stroke during hospitaliza- research. The recommendations of the conferees tion. MarkL. Dyken and Nancy Y. Doolittle chair the form this monograph, Recognition, Pathogenesis, program, which begins with an overview, followed and Management Options in

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ArteriosclerosisWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Sep 1, 1987

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