A service to the medical profession supported by AstraZeneca. This app is an international information resource intended for healthcare professionals with an interest in cardiovascular trials.
What’s What is a reference guide to acronyms for mainly clinical studies in cardiovascular medicine, providing information on the full names and core references, and a brief summary of purpose, design and results. The content of What's What is developed by Excerpta Medica and funded by AstraZeneca. It was first introduced in 1990 as a pocket guide and has ever since been viewed as a dynamic platform, with information on existing trials being regularly updated and new trials being added. The development of an online version, CD edition and applications for mobiles and tablets extends this process, enhancing both the scope of What’s What and the ease of access.
The What’s What guide maintains the commitment by AstraZeneca to provide the medical profession with a practical tool to stay abreast of the latest research in cardiovascular medicine.