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EQ-5D in coronary patients: what are they suffering from? Results from the ESC EORP European Survey of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Diabetes (EUROASPIRE IV) Registry

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EQ-5D in coronary patients: what are they suffering from? Results from the ESC EORP European Survey of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Diabetes (EUROASPIRE IV) Registry
Published in
Quality of Life Research, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11136-019-02334-2
Authors

Delphine De Smedt, Kornelia Kotseva, Guy De Backer, David Wood, Lisa Van Wilder, Dirk De Bacquer

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#12,516,047
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#1,528
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#249,567
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#79
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