Circadian dependence of manual thrombus aspiration benefit in patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention

Stephane Fournier, Olivier Muller, Umberto Benedetto, Marco Roffi, Thomas Pilgrim, Franz R. Eberli, Hans Rickli, Dragana Radovanovic, Paul Erne, Stéphane Cook, Stéphane Noble, Rachel Fesselet, Andrea Zuffi, Sophie Degrauwe, Piergiorgio G. Masci, Stephan Windecker, Eric Eeckhout, Juan F. Iglesias*, on behalf on the AMIS Plus Investigators

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