Abnormal Heart Rhythms

New study shows NHS weekend effect among heart patients

Patients suffering from the most common form of heart rhythm disorder who are admitted to NHS hospital over the weekend face a higher risk of dying over the next five years than those admitted during normal hours. The new ...

Jun 07, 2016
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