Published in Cardiovascular Device Liability Week, March 12th, 2006
"According to a recent report from Australia, "Percutaneous coronary intervention patients may require further education to increase their uptake of lifestyle change. Little is known, however, about their preferences for health education."
"This study aimed to investigate percutaneous coronary intervention patients' preferences regarding information provision and to identify patient characteristics associated with specific preferences," wrote R.O. Higgins and colleagues at Royal Melbourne Hospital. "A consecutive series of...
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