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Articles on gender differences published by members of the EAPCI Women Committee


Title Link
Percutaneous Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases in Women Access
Motivations for and barriers to choosing an interventional cardiology career path: results from the EAPCI Women Committee worldwide survey. Access
Acute and 30-Day Outcomes in Women After TAVR: Results From the WIN-TAVI (Women's INternational Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation) Real-World Registry. Access
Gender and Health Knowledge Agenda Access
Women EAPCI have an alliance with SFL, and link to SFL Access
Women in Cardiology: Very Few, Different Work, Different Pay Access
Work Activities and Compensation of Male and Female Cardiologists Access
Sex-Related Outcomes in Elderly Patients Presenting With Non-ST-Segment Elevation Acute Coronary Syndrome: Insights From the Italian Elderly ACS Study Access
Sex differences in cardiovascular risk factors and disease prevention Access
Worse outcome in women with STEMI: a systematic review of prognostic studies Access
The diagnostic value of clinical symptoms in women and men presenting with chest pain at the emergency department, a prospective cohort study Access
Sex-dependent pathophysiological mechanisms in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: implications for rhythm disorders Access
Gender differences in health-related quality of life in patients undergoing coronary angiography Access
The Diagnostic Value of Clinical Symptoms in Women and Men Presenting with Chest Pain at the Emergency Department, a Prospective Cohort Study Access
Sex Differences in Correlates of Intermediate Phenotypes and Prevalent Cardiovascular Disease in the General Population Access