Research Review Finds Insufficient Evidence on Coronary Artery Disease Treatments for Women
Current evidence is too limited to draw firm conclusions about the comparative benefits or harms of different treatment strategies for women with coronary artery disease, a new research review from AHRQ’s Effective Health Care Program finds. However, some evidence suggests that women may respond differently than men to certain treatment strategies. More research is needed to assess how women respond to each heart disease treatment approach at various points in their care and to understand how demographic characteristics and clinical factors may affect treatment results. Select to access the review, Treatment Strategies for Women With Coronary Artery Disease.