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The assessment and management of chest pain in primary care: A focus on acute coronary syndrome

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Summary of "The assessment and management of chest pain in primary care: A focus on acute coronary syndrome"

Chest pain is a common presentation and diagnosis can be challenging. There are many causes for chest pain, including life-threatening conditions such as acute coronary syndrome (ACS), which can prove difficult to diagnose.

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Name: Australian journal of general practice
ISSN: 2208-7958
Pages: 246-251

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