Гипергликемия как независимый фактор риска осложнений и смерти у пациентов, подвергающихся сердечной хирургии. Современные методы диагностики и коррекции

Авторы: Е. З. Голухова*, Г. Е. Чеботарева, Н. М. Магомедова, Т. В. Завалихина, Н. Р. Гегечкори

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Научный центр сердечно-сосудистой хирургии им. А. Н. Бакулева (дир. – академик РАМН Л. А. Бокерия) РАМН, Москва

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Тип статьи: Актуальные вопросы диагностики и лечения ишемической болезни сердца. Ишемическая болезнь сердца, осложненные варианты течения

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