Behavioral Assessment and Management of Cardiovascular

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New England Journal of Medicine 342, 154-60, 2000 Keys A. The dichotomized factor was entered with age and the other factors yielded by the factor analysis into Cox proportional hazards regression models with cardiovascular and all-cause death as dependent variables. Often, the usual warning signs of heart failure are overlooked: swelling of the lower legs may be mistaken for ankle inflammation, shortness of breath may go unnoticed because people with RA tend to exercise less than others, and fatigue is also common in people who have RA.

Pages: 192

Publisher: Professional Resource Press; 1St Edition edition (December 1987)

ISBN: 0943158206

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