The incidence of recurrent cardiovascular events among acute coronary syndrome patients treated with generic or original clopidogrel in relation to their sociodemographic and clinical characteristics. The Aegean study

Nikolaos G. Patsourakos, Matina Kouvari, Apostolos Kotidis, Kallirroi I. Kalantzi, Maria E. Tsoumani, Filippos Anastasiadis, Panagiotis Andronikos, Theano Aslanidou, Petros Efraimidis, Anastasios Georgiopoulos, Kalliopi Gerakiou, Eleni Grigoriadou-Skouta, Panagiotis Grigoropoulos, Dionysios Hatzopoulos, Athanasios Kartalis, Anastasios Lyras, Gerasimos Markatos, Aristeidis Mikrogeorgiou, Ioannis Myroforou, Anestis OrkopoulosPavlos Pavlidis, Charalampos Petras, Maria Riga, Marina Skouloudi, Nikolaos Smyrnioudis, Konstantinos Thomaidis, Grammatiki E. Tsikouri, Emmanuel I. Tsikouris, Konstantinos Zisimos, Panagiotis Vavoulis, Maria Gabriella Vitali, George Vitsas, Constantinos Vogiatzidis, Stylianos Chantanis, Stefanos Fousas, Demosthenes B. Panagiotakos, Alexandros D. Tselepis

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