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Male patients, Black patients, rural residents more likely to die of pulmonary embolism


“These findings are surprising and counterintuitive to the advancement in care for patients with pulmonary embolism over the last decade, as well as other studies suggesting a downward trajectory in mortality from other major causes of cardiovascular death,” Mohamed Zghouzi, MD, cardiology fellow at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, said in a Michigan Medicine press release.

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