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РЕКОМЕНДАЦИИ ПО ЛЕЧЕНИЮ СТАБИЛЬНОЙ ИШЕМИЧЕСКОЙ БОЛЕЗНИ СЕРДЦА. ESC 2013

https://doi.org/10.15829/1560-4071-2014-7-7-79

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Gilles Montalescot
Institut de Cardiologie, Pitie-Salpetriere University Hospital
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Bureau 2–236,47–83, Boulevard de l’Hopital, 75013 Paris, France. Tel: +33 1 4216 30 06, Fax: +33 1 4216 29 31



Udo Sechtem

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Professor Udo Sechtem, Abteilung für Kardiologie, Robert Bosch Krankenhaus, Auerbachstr. 110, DE-70376 Stuttgart, Germany.Tel: +49 711 8101 3456, Fax: +497118101 3795 



Stephan Achenbach

Германия


Felicita Andreotti

Италия


Chris Arden

Великобритания


Andrzej Budaj

Польша


Raffaele Bugiardini

Италия


Filippo Crea

Италия


Thomas Cuisset

Франция


Carlo Di Mario

Великобритания


J. Rafael Ferreira

Португалия


Bernard J. Gersh

Соединённые Штаты Америки


Anselm K. Gitt

Германия


Jean-Sebastien Hulot

Франция


Nikolaus Marx

Германия


Lionel H. Opie

Южно-Африканская Республика


Matthias Pfisterer

Швейцария


Eva Prescott

Дания


Frank Ruschitzka

Швейцария


Manel Sabaté

Испания


Roxy Senior

Великобритания


David Paul Taggart

Великобритания


Ernst E. van der Wall

Нидерланды


Christiaan J. M. Vrints

Бельгия


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