Exploring patient-reported outcomes following percutaneous coronary intervention: A qualitative study.
AuthorsAyton, Darshini R
Barker, Anna L
Peeters, Geeske M E E
Berkovic, Danielle E
Stoelwinder, Johannes Just
patient-reported outcome measures
percutaneous coronary intervention
PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION
CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
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