Demographic, multi-morbidity and genetic impact on myocardial involvement and its recovery from COVID-19 : protocol design of COVID-HEART-a UK, multicentre, observational study
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Gorecka , M , McCann , G P , Berry , C , Ferreira , V M , Moon , J C , Miller , C A , Chiribiri , A , Prasad , S , Dweck , M R , Bucciarelli-Ducci , C , Dawson , D , Fontana , M , Macfarlane , P W , McConnachie , A , Neubauer , S , Greenwood , J P & COVID-HEART investigators 2021 , ' Demographic, multi-morbidity and genetic impact on myocardial involvement and its recovery from COVID-19 : protocol design of COVID-HEART-a UK, multicentre, observational study ' , Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance , vol. 23 , no. 1 , 77 . https://doi.org/10.1186/s12968-021-00752-1
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