Impact of Depression and Anxiety Following Acute Coronary Syndrome

Nahla Mohamed Ahmed Radwan


Abstract


Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) incidence has increased, nowadays and despite decreased mortality rate with improved therapeutic approaches, yet there are still other concomitant risk factors that may increase both morbidity and mortality after ACS. Depress


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Other Titles اضطرابات الاكتئاب والقلق المصاحبة للإصابة بأعراض متلازمة الشريان التاجي الحادة
Keywords Impact of Depression and Anxiety Following Acute Coronary Syndrome
Issue Date 2011
Description Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) incidence has increased, nowadays and despite decreased mortality rate with improved therapeutic approaches, yet there are still other concomitant risk factors that may increase both morbidity and mortality after ACS. Depress
URI http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/12345678/47679


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