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[...]revascularisation could improve left ventricular function per se; this mechanism assumes that there must be areas of the heart that are alive but not contracting properly, and that ...

Heart, Review, S R Redwood, R Ferrari, M S Marber

Date : 01/09/1998
Ehjcardiovascrec

Whether this also holds for patients with chronic heart failure is at present unsettled, but obviously, these patients would benefit most from sinus rhythm since with restoration and maintenance of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Isabelle C. Van Gelder

Date : 01/04/2007 Item size : 171177 bytes
Ehjournal

[...]social factors such as the ageing of the population and the increase in longevity, both attributable to new treatments, will contribute to increase the burden of heart failure in future ...

European Heart Journal, Lopez-Sendon, Jose

Date : 21/08/2013
Ehjcardiovascrec

Whether this also holds for patients with chronic heart failure is at present unsettled, but obviously, these patients would benefit most from sinus rhythm since with restoration and maintenance of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Van Gelder, Isabelle C.

Date : 01/04/2007 Item size : 147212 bytes
Ehjournal

[...]social factors such as the ageing of the population and the increase in longevity, both attributable to new treatments, will contribute to increase the burden of heart failure in future ...

European Heart Journal, Lopez-Sendon, Jose

Date : 21/08/2013
Ehjcardiovascrec

Whether this also holds for patients with chronic heart failure is at present unsettled, but obviously, these patients would benefit most from sinus rhythm since with restoration and maintenance of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Van Gelder, Isabelle C.

Date : 01/04/2007 Item size : 139821 bytes