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Health » Study challenges heart attack treatments
Sep 14, 2005

Miami Herald

The surprising Dutch finding raises perplexing questions over how to handle the estimated 1.5 million Americans who each year have small heart attacks - the most common kind. Most previous studies support the aggressive approach.

"I think both strategies are more or less equivalent. I think it is more a matter of patient preference, doctor preference, logistics and, in the long run, it could be a matter of cost," said the Dutch study's lead researcher, Dr. Robbert J. de Winter, at the University of Amsterdam. The wait-and-see approach is usually cheaper.


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