Cardiogenic shock: a failure in reperfusion. Time for a strategic change?
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Cardiogenic shock secondary to acute myocardial infarction results in the death of most affected indi- viduals. This grim reality persists in spite of vigorous attempts at providing inotropic support using phar- macological agents, thrombolytic regimes and intra- aortic balloon pumping.
- heart failure
- qt dispersion
- cardiogenic shock