Effects of the signal-averaged electrocardiogram of opening the coronary artery by thrombolytic therapy of percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty during acute myocardial infarction. de Chillou, C.; Rodriguez, L.; Doevendans, P.; Loutsidis, K.; van den Dool, A.; Metzger, J.; Baer, F.; Smeets, J.; and Wellens, H. j-AJC, 71:805--809, 1993.
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@Article{RSM:Chi93,
  author =       "C. de Chillou and L.M. Rodriguez and P. Doevendans and
                 K. Loutsidis and A. van den Dool and J. Metzger and
                 F.W.H.M. Baer and J.L.R.M. Smeets and H.J.J. Wellens",
  title =        "Effects of the signal-averaged electrocardiogram of
                 opening the coronary artery by thrombolytic therapy of
                 percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty during
                 acute myocardial infarction",
  journal =      j-AJC,
  year =         "1993",
  volume =       "71",
  pages =        "805--809",
  robnote =      "This paper suggests that there are still abnormal ECGs
                 after MI in patients who have their vessels opened with
                 PTCA, which when the same end is achieved with
                 thrombolytics, there are fewer abnormal signs. This is
                 all done with the signal averaged ECG (SAECG). There
                 are links between abnormal SAECG and occluded
                 coronaries, and so the authors suggest that PTCA does
                 something different, perhaps not as effective, as
                 thrombolysis.",
}
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