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Evidence That Provocative Testing in Low-Risk Chest Pain Patients Does Not Prevent MI

20:00 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | NEJM

In a simulated randomized trial, emergency department patients with chest pain who underwent provocative testing had more interventions but not fewer myocardial infarctions than those who did not undergo testing.

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