Is the Full Potential of Point-of-Care Testing for Heart Disease Diagnosis realised?

S Robinson, F FitzGibbon, L Swales, LG Rocke, D McCulloch, J Eatock, D Dixon, BJ Meenan

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A Comparison of an Existing with an alternative Model of Diagnosis.
LanguageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 6 Jul 2008
EventV Annual Meeting HTAi 2008 - Montreal, Canada 6-10 July 2008
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Robinson, S., FitzGibbon, F., Swales, L., Rocke, LG., McCulloch, D., Eatock, J., ... Meenan, BJ. (2008). Is the Full Potential of Point-of-Care Testing for Heart Disease Diagnosis realised? In Unknown Host Publication
Robinson, S ; FitzGibbon, F ; Swales, L ; Rocke, LG ; McCulloch, D ; Eatock, J ; Dixon, D ; Meenan, BJ. / Is the Full Potential of Point-of-Care Testing for Heart Disease Diagnosis realised?. Unknown Host Publication. 2008.
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Robinson, S, FitzGibbon, F, Swales, L, Rocke, LG, McCulloch, D, Eatock, J, Dixon, D & Meenan, BJ 2008, Is the Full Potential of Point-of-Care Testing for Heart Disease Diagnosis realised? in Unknown Host Publication. V Annual Meeting HTAi 2008, 6/07/08.

Is the Full Potential of Point-of-Care Testing for Heart Disease Diagnosis realised? / Robinson, S; FitzGibbon, F; Swales, L; Rocke, LG; McCulloch, D; Eatock, J; Dixon, D; Meenan, BJ.

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