Published in Law and Health Weekly, July 15th, 2006
Investigators in the U.K. aimed "to estimate the frequency and nature of complications in patients undergoing diagnostic cardiac catheterization and to assess time trends in complications since the introduction of a voluntary cooperative audit."
"Cardiac centers undertaking diagnostic cardiac catheterization in England and Wales during the 10 years 1990-9 were invited to join the study," wrote R. West and colleagues at University of Wales in Cardiff. "Each participating center reported numbers of patients catheterized each month and details of...
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