Which underlying CV mechanism is most often responsible for type 2 MI?

Type 2 MI should be seen as "a heterogenous group of phenotypic clusters", according to international researchers

Tachycardia and hypertension are responsible for more than two-thirds of type 2 MI cases in patients presenting to ED with acute chest discomfort, a study shows.

Improved understanding of the cardiovascular mechanics in patients with type 2 MI should lead to better management strategies, the international researchers say.

Using data from 6300 patients in the ongoing APACE (Advantageous Predictors of Acute Coronary Syndromes Evaluation) study, the University of Basel-led team in Switzerland compared the