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External peer review is a core aspect of scientific publishing and your balanced reviews assist the Editorial Team in selecting the highest quality and most interesting original research papers for ...

Heart, Heartbeat, Catherine M Otto

Date : 01/01/2015
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In this issue of Heart, Suzuki and colleagues (see page 841) investigate this question further and show that the addition of TMAO to established multivariable risk models led to better stratification ...

Heart, Heartbeat, Catherine M Otto, Kazem Rahimi

Date : 01/06/2016
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Clinical importance of detecting exaggerated blood pressure response to exercise on antihypertensive therapy Impact of exaggerated blood pressure response to exercise (Ex-BP) seen in patients with ...

Heart, Cardiac risk factors and prevention, Reiko Mizuno, Shinichi Fujimoto, Yoshihiko Saito, Masaharu Yamazaki

Date : 01/06/2016
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The aim of this study was to use the serial endomyocardial biopsies taken to monitor rejection to study the early and sequential arterial changes in human myocardial resistance arteries as ...

Heart, Research Article, J. T. Jenkins, J. J. Boyle, I. C. McKay, D. Richens, A. R. McPhaden, G. B. Lindop

Date : 01/04/1997
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The rise in systemic arterial pressure (average 34/35 mmHg +/- 4.9/4.3 SE) was usually associated with a reduction in central venous pressure (12/15 patients) and a mild increase (2 to 4 cm saline) ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, F G Estafanous, R C Tarazi, S Buckley, P C Taylor

Date : 01/07/1978
Heart

The aim of the present study was to determine whether left atrial size--a likely indicator of atrial stretching--correlates with the plasma concentration of atrial natriuretic peptide and whether ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H Berglund, S Boukter, E Theodorsson, H Vallin, O Edhag

Date : 01/07/1990
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The rise in systolic blood pressure and the fall in diastolic blood pressure observed after the infusion of adrenaline (0.06 micrograms/kg/min) were prevented by labetalol and no increase in blood ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A D Struthers, R Whitesmith, J L Reid

Date : 01/09/1983
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Most recently in a selected group of patients with acute infarction and abnormal haemodynamics, intravenous glyceryl trinitrate was shown to reduce infarct size estimated by enzymes. The present ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A S Jaffe, E M Geltman, A J Tiefenbrunn, H D Ambos, H D Strauss, B E Sobel, R Roberts

Date : 01/05/1983
Heart

Acute intravenous administration caused a significant reduction in mean blood pressure and this was severe enough to require correction by plasma infusion in five patients. The potentially severe ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P T Wilsmhurst, M M Webb-Peploe

Date : 01/05/1983
Heart

A randomised, within patient comparison was made in patients with severe chronic heart failure, to study the acute haemodynamic effects of oral agents which have inotropic and vasodilator ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J Bayliss, M Norell, R Canepa-Anson, S R Reuben, P A Poole-Wilson, G C Sutton

Date : 01/03/1983