Cyril Camaro, Department of Cardiology, theme Vascular damage, received a ZonMw grant of EUR 450k for a study of patients suspected of acute coronary syndrome (ACS).The ARTICA study (“Acute Rule out of non ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome in the (pre)hospital setting bye HEART score assessment and a single point of care Troponin”) is a multicenter randomized trial to assess the cost-effectiveness and efficacy of ambulance triage with further general practitioner management compared to standard hospital admission in patients with symptoms suggestive for non-ST elevation ACS, but with low risk characteristics (low HEART score and negative troponin). This study will be executed in strong partnership with our networkpartner CWZ and local Ambulance Services.
Cyril Camaro is interventional cardiologist / academic researcher and member theme Vascular damage.
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