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Sep
2016

To determine the prevalence of depression and its risk factors among patients with coronary heart disease (CHD) treated in German primary care practices.
Longitudinal data from nationwide general practices in Germany (= 1072) were analyzed. Individuals initially diagnosed with CHD (2009-2013) were identified, and 59992 patients were included and matched (1:1) to 59992 controls.
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