Trial of invasive versus medical therapy in elderly patients with chronic symptomatic coronary-artery disease (TIME): a randomised trial.
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Lancet (London, England)
- Publication Date
Sep 22, 2001
Patients aged 75 years or older with angina despite standard drug therapy benefit more from revascularisation than from optimised medical therapy in terms of symptom relief and quality of life. Therefore, these patients should be offered invasive assessment despite their high risk profile followed by revascularisation if feasible.
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