Reduced Rate of Hospital Admissions for heart failure and pulmonary hypertension during Covid-19 infection. Monocentric experience Pulmonary Hypertension patients and COVID-19 infection

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Walter Serra

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Pulmonary Hypertension;Covid-19 infection;Covid-19 outcome

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