ESC/ERS low-risk profile achievement accurately predicts mortality in scleroderma-associated PAH

V. Mercurio (Baltimore, United States of America), N. Diab (Ottawa, Canada), G. Peloquin (Baltimore, United States of America), T. Housten-Harris (Baltimore, United States of America), R. Damico (Baltimore, United States of America), T. Kolb (Baltimore, United States of America), S. Mathai (Baltimore, United States of America), P. Hassoun (Baltimore, United States of America)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Risk stratification in treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension
Session: Risk stratification in treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 270
Disease area: Pulmonary vascular diseases

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V. Mercurio (Baltimore, United States of America), N. Diab (Ottawa, Canada), G. Peloquin (Baltimore, United States of America), T. Housten-Harris (Baltimore, United States of America), R. Damico (Baltimore, United States of America), T. Kolb (Baltimore, United States of America), S. Mathai (Baltimore, United States of America), P. Hassoun (Baltimore, United States of America). ESC/ERS low-risk profile achievement accurately predicts mortality in scleroderma-associated PAH. 270

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