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Twenty nine patients aged 15-35 years (mean 23) with tricuspid atresia and normally related great arteries were studied; 20 are alive. Arrhythmias were equally common in both groups; they appear to ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C A Warnes, J Somerville

Date : 01/12/1986
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Left ventricular function and exercise capacity were assessed in 79 patients randomised to receive intravenous and oral propranolol (n = 44) or conventional therapy (n = 35) within four hours of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M A Brown, R M Norris, P F Barnaby, G G Geary, P W Brandt

Date : 01/10/1985
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Thirty one per cent of patients with normal wall motion and 30% of those with hypokinesia had a resting left ventricular end diastolic pressure greater than 15 mm Hg. There were significantly more ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P M Schofield, N H Brooks, D H Bennett

Date : 01/10/1986
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Thirty two children (aged 5-19 years) with no clinical evidence of significant cardiovascular disease undertook continuous staged supine exercise on a bicycle ergometer. The response of end ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M D Parrish, R J Boucek, J Burger, M F Artman, C L Partain, T P Graham

Date : 01/11/1985
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Three patients (age 18-39 years; two men) with normal exercise capacity, normal left ventricular function, large muscular false tendons within the left ventricle, and anomalously placed papillary ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M. G. Sutton, S. Dubrey, P. J. Oldershaw

Date : 01/02/1994
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Importance of rate control or rate regulation for improving exercise capacity and quality of life in patients with permanent atrial fibrillation and normal left ventricular function: a randomised ...

Heart, Cardiovascular medicine, T Levy, S Walker, M Mason, P Spurrell, S Rex, S Brant, V Paul

Date : 01/02/2001
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Dr Perry Elliott, Department of Cardiological Sciences, St Georges Hospital Medical School, Cranmer Terrace, London SW17 0RE, UK; pelliott{at}sghms.ac.uk Numerous studies have shown that ...

Heart, Scientific letters, R Thaman, R T Murphy, S Firoozi, S M Hamid, J R Gimeno, B Sachdev, V Paul, E Rowland, M P Frenneaux, P M Elliott

Date : 01/09/2003
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Kamp Otto, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The NetherlandsSearch for more papers by this author De Keulenaer Gilles W., Department of Physiology, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Conraads, Viviane M., Metra, Marco, Kamp, Otto, De Keulenaer, Gilles W., Pieske, Burkert, Zamorano, José, Vardas, Panos E., Böhm, Michael, Dei Cas, Livio

Date : 01/02/2012 Item size : 180871 bytes
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Cardiac output is often decreased in heart failure patients, resulting in suboptimal tissue perfusion, especially of peripheral muscles. [...]heart failure is associated with increased adrenergic ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Lexis, Chris P.H., Horst, Iwan C.C., Lipsic, Erik

Date : 01/11/2012 Item size : 83050 bytes
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In patients with significant coronary artery disease (defined as at least one major epicardial vessel with a stenosis 70%), a CTO is common and found in approximately half of such patients.1 ...

Heart, Education in Heart, Angela Hoye

Date : 15/05/2012