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    • Downstream coronary effects of drug-eluting stents. 

      Krasuski, Richard A; Cater, George M; Devendra, Ganesh P; Wolski, Kathy; Shishehbor, Mehdi H; Nissen, Steven E; Oberti, Carlos; ... (8 authors) (Am Heart J, 2011-10)
      BACKGROUND: Antiproliferative agents used in drug-eluting stents (DES) attenuate atherosclerosis, yet DES implantation has been linked to endothelial dysfunction. The downstream effects of DES on new lesion formation have ...
    • Utility of observation units for young emergency department chest pain patients. 

      Ely, Sora; Chandra, Abhinav; Mani, Giselle; Drake, Weiying; Freeman, Debbie; Limkakeng, Alexander T (Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2013-02)
      BACKGROUND: Determining which patients presenting to the Emergency Department (ED) require further work-up for acute coronary syndrome (ACS) can be difficult. The utility of routine observation for cardiac testing in low-risk ...