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Surveys on ACS unmet needs - results and trends

View results of online poll and surveys conducted by ACCA

Acute Coronary Syndromes (ACS)

A first study was conducted in January-February 2013, to collect a general trend of ACS management accross Europe.



  • Who most frequently takes care of the acute care of patients with acute coronary syndromes in your environment?

Cardiologists: 81 % 
Intensivists: 12 %
Internists: 7%

  • Is the care of acute coronary syndromes well coordinated between the different players (emergency systems, emergency rooms, cardiology, ICU…) in your country?

Yes: 73.5 %
No: 26.5 %

  • Is coronary angiography easily available for most patients with ACS in your country?

    Yes: 72 %

    No: 28 % The awareness campaign on unmet needs in the field of ACS is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from