These articles scored the most hits on Heart’s website during April 2003
1 Indications for percutaneous and surgical revascularisation: how far does the evidence base guide us?
May 2003;89:565–70. (Education in Heart)
2 Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring in the management of hypertension
May 2003;89:571–6. (Education in Heart)
3 Diagnosing cardiac contusion: old wisdom and new insights
KC Sybrandy, MJM Cramer, C Burgersdijk
May 2003;89:485–9. (Review)
4 Stress and myocardial infarction
JS Chi, RA Kloner
May 2003;89:475–6. (Editorial)
5 Are we underestimating the full potential of early thrombolytic treatment in patients with acute myocardial infarction?
CJ Terkelsen, JF Lassen, BL Norgaard, JC Gerdes, TT Nielsen, HR Andersen
May 2003;89:483–4. (Viewpoint)
6 Who would I not give IIb/IIIa inhibitors to during percutaneous coronary intervention?
May 2003;89:477–8. (Editorial)
7 Injection drug use and right sided endocarditis
R Moss, B Munt
May 2003;89:577–81. (Education in Heart)
8 Which heart valve prosthesis for patients aged between 60 and 70 years?
May 2003;89:481–2. (Editorial)
9 What level of physical activity protects against premature cardiovascular death? The Caerphilly study
S Yu, JWG Yarnell, PM Sweetnam, L Murray
May 2003;89:502–6. (Cardiovascular medicine)
10 Management of ischaemic mitral regurgitation
April 2003;89:459–64. (Education in Heart)
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