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The increased stiffening is believed to originate from a gradual mechanical senescence of the elastic network, alterations in cross-linking of extracellular matrix components, fibrosis and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Huy Hao Dao, Rachida Essalihi, Céline Bouvet, Pierre Moreau

Date : 01/05/2005 Item size : 477038 bytes

Of note, a genetic cause of these types of electrical disturbances is becoming increasingly recognized.79 Several studies have linked the genetic and molecular basis for AF with that of the rare ...

Europace, Atrial Fibrillation – Clinical Issues, Jonas Bille Nielsen, Morten Salling Olesen, Mogens Tangø, Stig Haunsø, Anders Gaarsdal Holst, Jesper Hastrup Svendsen

Date : 01/02/2011 Item size : 244297 bytes

The various haemodynamic parameters were measured using Edwards Life Sciences Vigilance II monitor, Swan Ganz CCO catheter, intrapericardial access, and arterial access at baseline and after each 250 ...

European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care, Original scientific paper, Vikas Singh, Sudhanshu K Dwivedi, Sharad Chandra, Ritesh Sanguri, Rishi Sethi, Aniket Puri, Varun S Narain, Ram K Saran

Date : 01/06/2014

The rise in systolic blood pressure and the fall in diastolic blood pressure observed after the infusion of adrenaline (0.06 micrograms/kg/min) were prevented by labetalol and no increase in blood ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A D Struthers, R Whitesmith, J L Reid

Date : 01/09/1983

Adrenaline caused an increase in systolic blood pressure, a decrease in diastolic blood pressure, and an increase in heart rate. Hypokalaemia after myocardial infarction is associated with an ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A D Struthers, J L Reid, R Whitesmith, J C Rodger

Date : 01/01/1983

The drug caused an increase in systolic blood pressure and pulse pressure, without change in diastolic blood pressure, and a slight increase in heart rate and reduction in the pre-ejection ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R Ariniego, F Waagstein, B Mombay, A Hjalmarson

Date : 01/08/1979

Increased diastolic blood pressure response to exercise testing when coronary artery disease is suspected. In the presence of a normal systolic blood pressure response an increase in diastolic blood ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, F Akhras, J Upward, G Jackson

Date : 01/06/1985

Long-term thyroxine treatment in doses that reduced serum thyrotrophin to below normal had no effect on blood pressure, heart rate, left ventricular systolic function or stroke volume index, but was ...

Heart, Research Article, G. W. Ching, J. A. Franklyn, T. J. Stallard, J. Daykin, M. C. Sheppard, M. D. Gammage

Date : 01/04/1996

The Arteriosonde gave closely similar values of systolic blood pressure of the other instruments but diastolic blood pressure lay midway between phase 4 and phase 5 of the Korotkoff sounds.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C F George, P J Lewis, A Petrie

Date : 01/08/1975

Hormonal and renal differences between low dose and high dose angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor treatment in patients with chronic heart failure. To assess the differential effects of low dose ...

Heart, Research Article, N. C. Davidson, W. J. Coutie, D. J. Webb, A. D. Struthers

Date : 01/06/1996