Criteria of eligibility of patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy for revascularization and other surgical procedures

N.D. Oryshchyn

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Heart rhythm safety of the mononuclear cord blood stem cells transplantation in patients with refractory ischemic heart failure

O.Yu. Usenko, A.V. Yakushev, O.V. Lisun, M.V. Kostylev, V.F. Onishchenko

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Factors determining quality of life of patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy selected for revascularization procedures

N.B. Іvaniuk, О.J. Zharinov, K.O. Mikhaliev, О.А. Еpanchintseva, B.М. Тоdurov

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V.I. Tseluyko, L.M. Yakovleva, O.D. Yarova

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New in recommendations on primary percutaneous coronary intervention for myocardial infarction with ST segment elevation

M.Т. Vatutin, Y.V. Yeshchenko, K.S. Gasendich, Yu.P. Gritsenko

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Contemporary management of acute right ventricular failure: a statement from the Heart Failure Association and the Working Group on Pulmonary Circulation and Right Ventricular Function of the European Society of Cardiology

V.-P. Harjola, A. Mebazaa, J. Čelutkienė, D. Bettex, H. Bueno, O. Chioncel, M. Crespo-Leiro, V. Falk, G. Filippatos, S. Gibbs, A. Leite-Moreira, J. Lassus, J. Masip, C. Mueller, W. Mullens, R. Naeije, A.V. Nordegraaf, J. Parissis, J. Riley, A. Ristic, G. Rosano, A. Rudiger, F. Ruschitzka, P. Seferovic, B. Sztrymf, A. Vieillard-Baron, M. Yilmaz, S. Konstantinides

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