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Survival

Thirty day survival following a first emergency admission to hospital is widely used as a measure of the outcome of hospital admission and reflects the severity of disease as well as the quality of care.

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Table S1
30-day survival following first emergency admission for heart attack and unstable angina.
21 Feb 2017 Download Excel file 64kb tick
Table S3
30-day survival following first emergency admision for heart failure.
21 Feb 2017 Download Excel file 55kb tick

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