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Figure. From: Differences in Generalist and Specialist Physicians' Knowledge and Use of Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors for Congestive Heart Failure.

Figure Percentage of physicians using angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors for four simulated patients with ejection fractions of 0.35 or less: (1) new-onset, symptomatic; (2) asymptomatic; (3) chronic heart failure, on digitalis and diuretic; (4) asymptomatic, post–myocardial infarction. FP indicates family practitioners; IM, internal medicine generalists; CD, cardiologists; †p ≤ .01, cardiologists compared with family practitioners; ‡p ≤ .01, cardiologists compared with general internists; ∥ p ≤ .05, general internists compared with family practitioners.

Marshall H Chin, et al. J Gen Intern Med. 1997 September;12(9):523-530.

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