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Nor is it clear if SES has contributed to the persistent ethnic differences in both US and UK studies of CHD mortality although other factors appear also to be im­portant. [...]AfricanAmerican ...

Date : 08/07/2016

Abstract Atherosclerotic vascular disease is the most common cause of morbidity and mortality in developed countries, and the world-wide importance of acute vascular syndromes is ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Luis H Arroyo, Richard T Lee

Date : 01/02/1999 Item size : 286131 bytes

Pharmacological stress echocardiography was performed for diagnosis of coronary artery disease in 128 patients, and for risk stratification in 197 patients. Keywordsstress ...

European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging, Clinical/Original Paper, A D'Andrea, S Severino, P Caso, L De Simone, B Liccardo, A Forni, M Pascotto, G Di Salvo, M Scherillo, N Mininni, R Calabrò

Date : 01/09/2003 Item size : 236178 bytes

Accuracy of peak treadmill exercise echocardiography to detect multivessel coronary artery disease: comparison with post-exercise echocardiography To avoid bias to coronary angiography, a subgroup ...

European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging, Clinical/Original Paper, J Peteiro, L Monserrat, R Perez, E Vazquez, J.M Vazquez, A Castro-Beiras

Date : 01/09/2003 Item size : 233627 bytes

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

Patients in all groups had similar average heart rate, blood pressure, serum potassium, and arterial pH and PCO2 values during the first 10 hours after admission. [...]the apparent efficacy and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R Roberts, A Husain, H D Ambos, G C Oliver, J R Cox, B E Sobel

Date : 01/11/1975

OBJECTIVE--To assess the five year prognostic significance of transient myocardial ischaemia on ambulatory monitoring after a first acute myocardial infarction, and to compare the diagnostic and long ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H. Mickley, J. R. Nielsen, J. Berning, A. Junker, M. Møller

Date : 01/04/1995

Increasing doses of labetalol were infused to lower systolic blood pressure to less than 130 mmHg; the optimal rate was then maintained for one hour (mean rate: 2.3 mg/min). Labetalol lowered blood ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Renard, A Rivière, P Jacobs, R Bernard

Date : 01/06/1983

A maximal symptom limited exercise test comprising impedance measurements for the estimation of stroke volume at rest and at different levels of exercise was performed early after admission by 26 ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Grande, A Pedersen

Date : 01/01/1982