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Published on 28.06.18 in Vol 7, No 6 (2018): June

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Works citing "Implementation of a Cardiogenic Shock Team and Clinical Outcomes (INOVA-SHOCK Registry): Observational and Retrospective Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.9761):

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  1. Samsky M, Krucoff M, Althouse AD, Abraham WT, Adamson P, Aguel F, Bilazarian S, Dangas GD, Gilchrist IC, Henry TD, Hochman JS, Kapur NK, Laschinger J, Masters RG, Michelson E, Morrow DA, Morrow V, Ohman EM, Pina I, Proudfoot AG, Rogers J, Sapirstein J, Senatore F, Stockbridge N, Thiele H, Truesdell AG, Waksman R, Rao S. Clinical and regulatory landscape for cardiogenic shock: A report from the Cardiac Safety Research Consortium ThinkTank on cardiogenic shock. American Heart Journal 2020;219:1
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  2. Boytsov SA, Akchurin RS, Pevzner DV, Shakhnovich RM, Ruda MY. Cardiogenic shock — the current state of the problem. Russian Journal of Cardiology 2019;(10):126
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  3. Patel RA, Morin DP. Editorial commentary: The Checklist Manifesto: Cardiogenic Shock Edition. Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine 2019;29(7):418
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  4. Yandrapalli S, Sanaani A, Harikrishnan P, Aronow WS, Frishman WH, Lanier GM, Ahmed A, Fonarow GC. Cardiogenic shock during heart failure hospitalizations: Age-, sex-, and race-stratified trends in incidence and outcomes. American Heart Journal 2019;213:18
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  5. Maznyczka AM, Ford TJ, Oldroyd KG. Revascularisation and mechanical circulatory support in patients with ischaemic cardiogenic shock. Heart 2019;105(17):1364
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