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The aim of this study was to examine the effect of more intensive high blood pressure treatment than is currently recommended. [...]patients were either included into an intensive treatment group ...

Date : 12/01/2016

Home is where the heart is... [...]this year the organisers of World Heart Day, the World Heart Federation, are taking the home as their focal point for healthy habits - both to reduce the ...

Date : 29/09/2011

Over the past two decades, its role in the initiation, progression, and clinical sequelae of atherosclerosis has been both increasingly studied and recognised (1). [...]endothelial dysfunction has ...

Date : 22/11/2011

Short-acting preparations are of use in acute ischaemic events, whereas long-acting nitrates are used in patients with stable angina to reduce cardiovascular mortality, to increase exercise capacity ...

Date : 26/04/2017

[...]diabetics tend to have more diffuse, multivessel coronary artery disease (CAD) with less run-off from distal involvement, smaller reference vessels, poorer collateral circulation, and more ...

Date : 25/03/2010

Introduction Right heart failure (RHF) syndrome is characterised by the inability of the right ventricle to generate enough stroke volume, thereby resulting in systemic venous congestion, ...

Date : 19/12/2016

Pulmonary arterial hypertension is defined as mean pulmonary artery pressure of ≥ 25 mmHg at right heart catheterisation, pulmonary artery wedge pressure ≤ 15 mmHg and pulmonary vascular ...

Date : 20/01/2015

1 – The totality of the blood pressure curve Blood pressure is a powerful cardiovascular risk factor that acts on the arterial wall and is responsible in part for various cardiovascular events, ...

Date : 09/05/2006

Erectile dysfunction, representing the inability to develop and maintain an erection or satisfactory sexual intercourse, is not just an important determinant of quality of life, but it needs to be ...

Date : 03/01/2006

Definition Therapeutic angiogenesis describes an emerging field of cardiovascular medicine whereby new blood vessels are induced to grow to supply oxygen and nutrients to cardiac muscle tha has ...

Date : 26/09/2005