中国循证医学杂志

中国循证医学杂志

2017 年 ESC 外周动脉疾病诊断治疗指南解读–下肢动脉疾病篇

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本文对 2017 年欧洲心脏病学会年会(European Society of Cardiology,ESC)外周动脉疾病诊断治疗指南进行解读,以期为临床实践提供借鉴。

This paper interpretates 2017 European Society of Cardiology (ESC) peripheral arterial disease diagnosis and treatment guidelines, and in order to provide reference for clinical practice.

关键词: 临床实践指南; 欧洲心脏病学会年会; 外周动脉疾病; 下肢动脉疾病; 诊断; 治疗; 解读

Key words: Clinical practice guidelines; European Society of Cardiology; Peripheral arterial disease; Lower extremity arterial disease; Diagnosis; Treatment; Interpretation

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