In-hospital Hemoglobin Drop Tied to 1-Year Mortality After ACS
In-hospital falls in hemoglobin (≥3 g/dl) without evidence of bleeding are associated with increased mortality. The findings expand current knowledge but shouldn't be overinterpreted, says an editorial. Medscape Medical News
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