Risk stratification for coronary artery disease in multi-ethnic populations: Are there broader considerations for cost efficiency?
Pupalan Iyngkaran, William Chan, Danny Liew, Jalal Zamani, John D Horowitz, Michael Jelinek, David L Hare, James A Shaw
World J Methodol | Published : 2019
Coronary artery disease (CAD) screening and diagnosis are core cardiac specialty services. From symptoms, autopsy correlations supported reductions in coronary blood flow and dynamic epicardial and microcirculatory coronaries artery disease as etiologies. While angina remains a clinical diagnosis, most cases require correlation with a diagnostic modality. At the onset of the evidence building process much research, now factored into guidelines were conducted among population and demographics that were homogenous and often prior to newer technologies being available. Today we see a more diverse multi-ethnic population whose characteristics and risks may not consistently match the populations ..View full abstract