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Canadian Journal of Cardiology

Sex Differences in Prodromal Symptoms and Health Seeking Behaviors for Acute Coronary Syndrome

      Many women, especially when younger, do not recognize their risk for coronary heart disease, or seek medical care for their cardiac symptoms. Prodromal cardiac symptoms occur prior to acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and may provide an opportunity for early intervention. We sought to determine the association between prodromal symptoms, treatment-seeking behaviors among young men women, and arrival time to the emergency department for ACS.
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