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Heart. 2007 October; 93(10): 1230.
PMCID: PMC2000919

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1 JBS 2: Joint British Societies' guidelines on prevention of cardiovascular disease in clinical practice

December 2005;91(suppl V):1–52. (Supplement)

2 Treatment of stable angina

I Ben‐Dor, A Battler

July 2007;93:868–74. (Education in Heart)

3 Pericardial disease: what the general cardiologist needs to know

EL Ivens, BI Munt, RR Moss

August 2007;93:993–1000. (Education in Heart)

4 Intensive statin therapy in acute coronary syndromes and stable coronary heart disease: a comparative meta‐analysis of randomised controlled trials

J Afilalo, AA Majdan, MJ Eisenberg

August 2007;93:914–21. (Systematic review)

5 Impact of blood pressure on the Doppler echocardiographic assessment of severity of aortic stenosis

SH Little, K‐L Chan, IG Burwash

July 2007;93:848–55. (Original research)

6 Management of end stage heart failure

EB Friedrich, M Böhm

May 2007;93:626–31. (Education in Heart)

7 Cardiovascular magnetic resonance in the evaluation of heart failure

RG Assomull, DJ Pennell, SK Prasad

August 2007;93:985–92. (Education in Heart)

8 Improving end‐of‐life care for patients with chronic heart failure: “Let's hope it'll get better, when I know in my heart of hearts it won't”

L Selman, R Harding, T Beynon, F Hodson, E Coady, C Hazeldine, M Walton, L Gibbs, IJ Higginson

August 2007;93:963–7. (Original research)

9 Differential diagnosis of elevated troponins

S Korff, HA Katus, E Giannitsis

July 2006;92:987–93. (Education in Heart)

10 Drug induced QT prolongation and torsades de pointes

YG Yap, AJ Camm

November 2003;89:1363–72. (Education in Heart)

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