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Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Objective: To explore the correlation between common syndrome essential factors and the symptoms and signs of unstable angina (UA). Methods: Eight hundred and fifteen patients with UA confirmed by coronary angiography were identified from several centers. Common syndrome essential factors were selected on the basis of expert experience. The correlations between common syndrome essential factors and symptoms and signs of UA were analyzed using binary logistic regression analysis. Results: Thedoi:10.1016/s0254-6272(12)60003-x fatcat:34klctjquzbetf5vkch3ltybve