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The drug was administered intravenously in a dosage of 0.5 to 2.5 micrograms/kg body weight to 20 patients undergoing coronary angiography and to 10 patients with a recent myocardial infarction, who ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, I Hutton, R G Murray, R N Boyes, A P Rae, W S Hillis

Date : 01/02/1980
Epeuropace

The results of these studies (n=217) were pooled and indicated a significantly better haemodynamic effect (odds ratio 0.34, confidence interval 0.150.53) compared with right ventricular apex ...

Europace, Regular Article, C. C. de Cock, M. C. Giudici, J. W. Twisk

Date : 01/07/2003 Item size : 195817 bytes
Ehjournal

The resting and exertional results were in agreement with the vasodilator effects. [...]the time from onset of exercise to the appearance of the AT was significantly increased by the ...

European Heart Journal, Opasich, C., Cobelli, F., Riccardi, G., Rovere, M. T. LA, Calsamiglia, G., Specchia, G.

Date : 01/04/1988 Item size : 101784 bytes
Ehjournal

The resting and exertional results were in agreement with the vasodilator effects. [...]the time from onset of exercise to the appearance of the AT was significantly increased by the ...

European Heart Journal, Opasich, C., Cobelli, F., Riccardi, G., Rovere, M. T. LA, Calsamiglia, G., Specchia, G.

Date : 01/04/1988 Item size : 102084 bytes
Ehjournal

The belief that heart failure constitutes a gradual progression of symptoms and signs leading eventually to death has been challenged by the finding that many patients die suddenly, before the onset ...

European Heart Journal, CLELAND, J. G. F.

Date : 01/01/1994 Item size : 96431 bytes
Ehjournal

The belief that heart failure constitutes a gradual progression of symptoms and signs leading eventually to death has been challenged by the finding that many patients die suddenly, before the onset ...

European Heart Journal, CLELAND, J. G. F.

Date : 01/01/1994
Ehjournal

The resting and exertional results were in agreement with the vasodilator effects. [...]the time from onset of exercise to the appearance of the AT was significantly increased by the ...

European Heart Journal, Opasich, C., Cobelli, F., Riccardi, G., Rovere, M. T. LA, Calsamiglia, G., Specchia, G.

Date : 01/04/1988 Item size : 111724 bytes