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Рабочая группа Европейского общества кардиологов по бета-блокаторам 
Члены рабочей группы: 
José López-Sendón (Председатель, Испания), Karl Swedberg (Швеция), John McMurray (Великобритания), Juan Tamargo (Испания), Aldo P. Maggioni (Италия), Henry Dargie (Великобритания), Michal Tendera (Польша), Finn Waagstein (Швеция), Jan Kjekshus (Норвегия), Philippe Lechat (Франция), Christian Torp-Pedersen (Дания).

ESC Комитет CPG: Silvia G. Priori (Председатель, Италия), Maria Angeles Alonso Garsía (Испания), JeanJacues Blanc (Франция), Andrzej Budaj (Польша), Martin Cowie (Великобритания), Veronica Dean (Франция), Jaap Deckers (Нидерланды), Enrique Fernandez Burgos (Испания), John Lekakis (Греция), Bertil Lindahl (Швеция), Gianfranco Mazzotta (Италия), Keith McGregor (Франция), Joâao Marais (Португалия), Ali Oto (Турция), Otto A. Smiseth (Норвегия).

Рецензенты: Maria Angeles Alonso Garsía (Рецензионный координатор CPG, Испания); Diego Ardissino (Италия), Cristina Avendano (Испания), Carina Blomström-Lundqvist (Швеция), Denis Clement (Бельгия), Helmut Drexler (Германия), Roberto Ferrari (Италия), Keith A.Fox (Великобритания), Desmond Julian (Великобритания), Peter Kearney (Ирландия), Wener Klein (Австрия), Lars Köber (Дания), Giuseppe Mancia (Италия), Markku Nieminen (Финляндия), Witold Ruzyllo (Польша), Maarten Simoons (Нидерланды), Kristian Thygesen (Дания), Gianni Tognoni (Италия), Isabella Tritto (Италия), Lars Wallentin (Швеция).

Оригинальный текст документа, подготовленный Рабочей группой Европейского общества кардиологов, опубликован в European Heart Journal 2004; 25(15): 1341-62.

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