Clinical judgement with blood and ECG test effective in reducing hospital admissions for chest pain Clinical judgement, coupled with an electrocardiogram blood and test about arrival, works well in reducing unnecessary hospital admissions for chest pain, a new study shows. The results of a research group in Manchester, published in the Emergency Medication Journal, could make a huge difference to numerous patients potentially. Chest pain may be the most common reason for emergency hospital admission before-stanozolol-use . In Manchester, the incidence of premature death because of heart disease and stroke is amongst the highest in England.
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