Danish study promotes value of balloon angioplasty
This article was originally published in Clinica
Danish coronary thrombosis patients would benefit more from balloon angioplasty than from thrombolytic medication, claims a recent Danish study. The results of the DANAMI-2 research project, which compared an interventional approach (primary balloon angioplasty) with a medical strategy (thrombolysis) in the management of acute myocardial infarction was revealed at last month's American College of Cardiology meeting in Atlanta (see Clinica No 1002, pp 24-25).
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