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The most common detrimental processes that lead to reduction in durability in reinforced concrete elements are shrinkage, sulphate attack and chloride attack. Shrinkage is a dimensional instability chiefly caused by a loss of moisture in the hydrating cement paste. Soluble sulphate ions take part...
Temporal Trends in In-Hospital Bleeding and Transfusion in a Contemporary Canadian ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction Patient PopulationDownload
Background: Although ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) management has evolved substantially over the last decade, its impact on bleeding and transfusion rates are largely unknown in a ‘real-world’ Canadian population. Using a large Canadian population health database, we evaluated the...