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Secondary prevention of cardiovascular diseases in India: Findings from registries and large cohorts.

Rehman H, Kalra A, Kochar A, Uberoi AS, Bhatt DL, Samad Z, Virani SS. Secondary prevention of cardiovascular diseases in India: Findings from registries and large cohorts. Indian heart journal. 2020 Sep 1; 72(5):337-344.

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Abstract:

Several registries and quality improvement initiatives have focused on assessing and improving secondary prevention of CVD in India. While the Treatment and Outcomes of Acute Coronary Syndromes in India (CREATE), Indian Heart Rhythm Society-Atrial Fibrillation (IHRS-AF), and Trivandrum Heart Failure (THF) registries are limited to collecting data, the Tamil Nadu-ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (TN-STEMI) program was aimed at examining and improving access to revascularization after an ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). The Acute Coronary Syndromes: Quality Improvement in Kerala (ACS-QUIK) study recruited hospitals from the Kerala ACS registry to assess a quality improvement kit for patients with ACS while the Practice Innovation and Clinical Excellence India Quality Improvement Program (PIQIP) provides valuable data on outpatient CVD quality of care. Collaborative efforts between health professionals are needed to assess further gaps in knowledge and policy makers to utilize new and existing data to drive policy-making.





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