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Heart. 2007 May; 93(5): 548.
PMCID: PMC1955559

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4 Antiplatelet treatment for coronary heart disease

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5 Heart failure with a normal ejection fraction

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7 Diagnosis and management of patients with aortic dissection

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8 Management of tricuspid valve regurgitation

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9 Underuse of revascularisation in acute coronary syndromes

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10 Cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, and respiratory changes induced by different types of music in musicians and non‐musicians: the importance of silence

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