Karin Biering

Return to work after percutaneous coronary intervention: the predictive value of self-reported health compared to clinical measures

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Coronary heart disease is prevalent in the working-age population. Traditional outcome measures like mortality and readmission are of importance to evaluate the prognosis but are hardly sufficient. Ability to work is an additional outcome of clinical and societal significance. We describe trends and predictors of Return To Work (RTW) after PCI and describe a possible benefit using patient-reported measures in risk stratification of RTW.
Original languageEnglish
JournalP L o S One
Pages (from-to)e49268
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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