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Factors on univariate analysis significantly associated with increased mortality were patient age > or = 60 years, previous myocardial infarction or cerebrovascular disease, prior digoxin or diuretic ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, W Dickey, A A Adgey

Date : 01/04/1992
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After stabilisation of his cardiac rhythm and blood pressure with alpha and beta adrenergic blockade and anti-arrhythmic treatment the right adrenal gland, which contained the tumour, was ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A J McNeill, A A Adgey, C Wilson

Date : 01/01/1992
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DESIGN--Observational prospective study of age, sex, transthoracic impedance, site of cardiac arrest, ventricular fibrillation duration and amplitude, primary or secondary ventricular fibrillation, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G W Dalzell, A A Adgey

Date : 01/06/1991
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First shock success with the standard protocol was 80.9%, and first or second shock success was 95.2%. The microprocessor controlled current based defibrillator automatically measured transthoracic ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G W Dalzell, S R Cunningham, J Anderson, A A Adgey

Date : 01/06/1989
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A double blind placebo controlled study of early and late administration of recombinant tissue plasminogen activator in acute myocardial infarction. Within four hours of the onset of acute ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A J McNeill, S R Cunningham, D J Flannery, G W Dalzell, C M Wilson, N P Campbell, M M Khan, G C Patterson, S W Webb, A A Adgey

Date : 01/04/1989
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A positive exercise electrocardiogram was highly predictive (93%) but poorly sensitive (52%) of coronary artery disease (greater than or equal to 50% stenosis).

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R J Lee, G MacKenzie, W McNair, N P Campbell, A A Adgey

Date : 01/05/1988
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In a double blind placebo controlled trial, 434 patients with suspected myocardial infarction were randomised to treatment with nifedipine (n = 217) or placebo (n = 217) within six hours from the ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L J Walker, G MacKenzie, A A Adgey

Date : 01/04/1988
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Over the two year follow up the patient's clinical condition and serial echocardiographic appearances improved and Chlamydia psittaci complement fixation titres returned to normal.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L J Walker, A A Adgey

Date : 01/01/1987
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Outside hospital a relative was the most likely aid sought initially (70%) and the median delay time from onset of symptoms to calling for medical aid was eight minutes. Among 128 witnessed deaths ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, W J McIlwaine, M D Donnelly, M Mallaghan, A T Chivers, A E Evans, J H Elwood, A A Adgey, N P Campbell, J S Geddes

Date : 01/04/1986
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In these 36 the average time from onset of symptoms to peak creatine kinase, creatine kinase MB, and myoglobin was 9.45 hours, whereas it was 17 hours in the 14 patients in whom indirect criteria did ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, B A MacLennan, A McMaster, S W Webb, M M Khan, A A Adgey

Date : 01/03/1986