Coronary Heart Disease Patient Education Guide | CHD
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heart. Often this leads to heart attacks. In the U.S. it is also the greatest cause of death for men and women. Patient education is important - read more about coronary heart disease here.
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Coronary artery disease occurs when a person develops narrowing of the small blood vessels that supply oxygen to the heart. Often this leads to heart attacks. In the U.S. it is also the greatest cause of death for men and women. Patient education is important - read more about coronary heart disease here.
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