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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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