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Prognosis Among Healthy Individuals Discharged With a Primary Diagnosis of Syncope (JACC)
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Editors

JACC Editor-in-Chief
Anthony N. DeMaria, MD, MACC

JACC CME Editor
Ajit Raisinghani, MD, FACC

Authors 
Martin Huth Ruwald, MD

Morten Lock Hansen, MD, PhD

Morten Lamberts, MD

Carolina Malta Hansen, MD

Michael Vinther, MD, PhD

Lars Køber, MD, DMSc

Christian Torp-Pedersen, MD, DMSc

Jim Hansen, MD, DMSc

Gunnar Hilmar Gislason, MD, PhD 
 

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Overview

This article appeared in the January 14, 2013 issue of JACC Journal.

 

This online educational activity is brought to you by JACC.

CME Information

Target Audience

JACC Journal CME is intended for physicians who treat patients with cardiovascular disease.

Important Dates

Date of Release: January 2013

Term of Approval/Date of CME Expiration: January 2014

 

Learner Objectives
At the conclusion of this activity, the learner should be able to examine the risk of major adverse events and death in a nationwide cohort of patients without previous comorbidity admitted for syncope.

Method of Participation and Claiming Credit
This ACCF JACC Journals CME activity includes the reading of an article published in one of the JACC journals and the successful completion of self-assessment questions.  

 

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