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The incidence of arrhythmias during isometric sustained handgrip exercise and during dynamic graded bicycle exercise was compared in a group of 45 patients with various forms of heart disease on no ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J M Atkins, O A Matthews, C G Blomqvist, C B Mullins

Date : 01/05/1976
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In order to assess left ventricular function, measurements of left ventricular internal dimension and its rate of change have been made by echocardiography in 7 patients with myotonic dystrophy and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A Venco, M Saviotti, D Besana, G Finardi, G Lanzi

Date : 01/11/1978
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In order to study left ventricular diastolic function in diabetes mellitus, simultaneous echo- and phonocardiograms were recorded in 142 diabetics (free from heart disease), 20 normal subjects, and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L M Shapiro

Date : 01/05/1982
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[...]an instrument was designed and constructed in our laboratory to improve the reproducibility of echocardiographic measurements of left ventricular dimensions. Though in the group as a whole ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M A Stefadouros, M I Canedo

Date : 01/04/1977
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Effects of sustained isometric handgrip on praecordial accelerocardiogram in normal subjects and in patients with heart disease. In the patients with myocardial disease this subgroup was ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L Hume, J B Irving, A H Kitchin, S R Reuben

Date : 01/08/1975
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Simultaneous measurements of left ventricular dimension and wall thickness by echocardiography, and of pressure by micromanometer, were made at cardiac catheterization in 30 patients with heart ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D G Gibson, D J Brown

Date : 01/01/1976
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In diastole the duration of rapid filling was normal, peak rate of increase in left ventricular dimension was reduced in two patients, mitral valve opening was delayed with respect to minimum cavity ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M G Sutton, A Y Olukotun, A J Tajik, J L Lovett, E R Giuliani

Date : 01/09/1980
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All patients were divided into heavy (consumed more than the equivalent amount of 125 ml of pure ethanol daily for 10 years or more) and moderate drinkers (consumed 75 to 125 ml of ethanol ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Kino, H Imamitchi, M Morigutchi, K Kawamura, T Takatsu

Date : 01/11/1981
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Left ventricular function of a sample of subjects with chronic alcohol intake, in the form of wine, and without clinical or electrocardiographic signs of heart disease was compared with that of a ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G F Levi, A Quadri, S Ratti, M Basagni

Date : 01/01/1977
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OBJECTIVE--To evaluate the effect of cardioversion on peak oxygen consumption (peak VO2) in patients with long-standing atrial fibrillation, to assess the importance of underlying heart disease with ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A T Gosselink, H J Crijns, M P van den Berg, S A van den Broek, H Hillege, M L Landsman, K I Lie

Date : 01/08/1994