Ob/gyns should screen for CVD, cardiologists advise

June 2012
Contemporary OB/GYN;Jun2012, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p18
Academic Journal
The article reports a study by SCAI's Women in Innovations program and the Abbott Vascular Women's Heart Health Initiative, which found that a screening tool completed by women during their annual ob/gyn exam can help improve awareness and prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD).


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