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Andrés Orlandini *

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Metanálisis de la información disponible para evaluar la utilidad de los tests de viabilidad en el proceso de indicación de revascularización en pacientes con disfunción ventricular y enfermedad coronaria

UTILIDAD DE LA VIABILIDAD MIOCARDICA EN PACIENTES CON DISFUNCION VENTRICULAR IZQUIERDA Y ENFERMEDAD CORONARIA

La información disponible no es concluyente respecto de la utilidad del diagnóstico de viabilidad miocárdica para indicar, o no, revascularización en pacientes coronarios con disfunción ventricular. Hasta que no se realice un estudio aleatorizado con la potencia adecuada, no se deberían decidir conductas sobre la base de su presencia o ausencia.

*Andrés Orlandini
describe para SIIC los aspectos relevantes de su trabajo
MYOCARDIAL VIABILITY FOR DECISION-MAKING CONCERNING REVASCULARIZATION IN PATIENTS WITH LEFT VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION AND CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE: A META-ANALYSIS OF NON-RANDOMIZED AND RANDOMIZED STUDIES
International Journal of Cardiology,
182:494-499

Esta revista, clasificada por SIIC Data Bases, integra el acervo bibliográfico
de la Biblioteca Biomédica (BB) SIIC.

Institución principal de la investigación
*Ecla (estudios Clínicos Latino America), Rosario, Argentina
Acerca del trabajo completo
MYOCARDIAL VIABILITY FOR DECISION-MAKING CONCERNING REVASCULARIZATION IN PATIENTS WITH LEFT VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION AND CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE: A META-ANALYSIS OF NON-RANDOMIZED AND RANDOMIZED STUDIES

Título original en castellano
UTILIDAD DE LA VIABILIDAD MIOCARDICA EN PACIENTES DISFUNCION VENTRICULAR IZQUIERDA Y ENFERMEDAD CORONARIA. META-ANALISIS DE ESTUDIOS NO RANDOMIZADOS Y RANDOMIZADOS.



Autores
Andrés Orlandini1, Noelia Castellana2, Noelia Castellana3, Noelia Castellana4, Andrea Pascual5, Andrea Pascual6, Fernando Botto7, Fernando Botto8, M. Cecilia Bahit9, Andrea Pascual10, Carolina Chacon11, M. Cecilia Bahit12, Fernando Botto13, Maria Luz Diaz14, Carolina Chacon15, M. Cecilia Bahit16, Rafael Diaz17, Maria Luz Diaz18, Carolina Chacon19, Rafael Diaz20, Maria Luz Diaz21, Rafael Diaz22
1 Médico, Ecla (estudios Clínicos Latino America), Rosario, Argentina, Director
2 Estadística, Ecla
3 Estadística, Ecla
4 Estadística, Ecla
5 Ingeniera, Ecla
6 Ingeniera, Ecla
7 Médico, Ecla
8 Médico, Ecla
9 Médica
10 Ingeniera, Ecla
11 Médica, Ecla
12 Médica
13 Médico, Ecla
14 Médica, Ecla
15 Médica, Ecla
16 Médica
17 Médico, Ecla, Director
18 Médica, Ecla
19 Médica, Ecla
20 Médico, Ecla, Director
21 Médica, Ecla
22 Médico, Ecla, Director


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International Journal of Cardiology
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Autor invitado
22 de junio, 2015
Descripción aprobada
15 de julio, 2015
Reedición siicsalud
23 de agosto, 2017
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