Atherothrombotic Disease

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Ratamapunt Incharoensakdi, MD
Sura Boonrat, MD
Chirotchana Suchat, MD
Rergchai Varatorn, MD


Clinical manifestations of atherothrombotic disease, cardiac arrhythmia and myocardial infarction account for the most common causes of sudden, unexpected death in all age groups.1 A multicenter study of cardiac death in Thailand showed that of the NSTEMI 2653 cases, cardiac death were 202 cases (7.6%).2


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Incharoensakdi R, Boonrat S, Suchat C, Varatorn R. Atherothrombotic Disease. BKK Med J [Internet]. 2012 Feb. 20 [cited 2023 Dec. 1];3(1):62. Available from:
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