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N‐terminal pro brain natriuretic peptide but not copeptin improves prediction of heart failure over other routine clinical risk parameters in older men with and without cardiovascular disease: ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Goya Wannamethee, S., Welsh, Paul, Whincup, Peter H., Lennon, Lucy, Papacosta, Olia, Sattar, Naveed

Date : 01/01/2014 Item size : 158568 bytes
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Several epidemiological studies have shown that increased concentrations of these cytokines or cytokine-induced proteins in the circulation may predict cardiovascular disease (CVD), cancer, and ...

European Heart Journal, Prevention and epidemiology, Johanna Helmersson-Karlqvist, Johan Ärnlöv, Anders Larsson, Samar Basu

Date : 21/01/2015
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Methods and results In this randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study, we generated a transient systemic inflammation by Salmonella typhi vaccination in 50 volunteers with mild ...

European Heart Journal, Vlachopoulos, Charalambos, Aznaouridis, Konstantinos, Dagre, Anna, Vasiliadou, Carmen, Masoura, Constantina, Stefanadi, Elli, Skoumas, John, Pitsavos, Christos, Stefanadis, ...

Date : 01/09/2007
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Abstract Objectives We examined the ability of ankle brachial index, C-reactive protein and central augmentation index to identify individuals in the general population with severe atherosclerosis, ...

European Heart Journal, Eldrup, Nikolaj, Sillesen, Henrik, Prescott, Eva, Nordestgaard, Børge G.

Date : 01/02/2006 Item size : 181961 bytes
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Methods and results Mortality outcomes for 268 803 Koreans enrolled in a health screening programme with measurements of C-reactive protein at baseline and median follow-up of 4.49 years (1 155 930 ...

European Heart Journal, Sung, Ki-Chul, Ryu, Seungho, Chang, Yoosoo, Byrne, Christopher D, Kim, Sun H.

Date : 14/07/2014
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Abstract Aim Anti-inflammatory effects of moderate alcohol consumption have been proposed to explain why moderate alcohol intake lowers coronary heart disease risk. Adjusted means of C-reactive ...

European Heart Journal, Imhof, A., Woodward, M., Doering, A., Helbecque, N., Loewel, H., Amouyel, P., Lowe, G.D.O., Koenig, W.

Date : 01/12/2004 Item size : 198033 bytes
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After adjustment for other major cardiovascular risk factors, compared with never smokers, current cigarette smokers showed significantly higher levels of C-reactive protein (2.53 vs. 1.35mg/L), ...

European Heart Journal, Wannamethee, S. Goya, Lowe, Gordon D.O., Shaper, A. Gerald, Rumley, Ann, Lennon, Lucy, Whincup, Peter H.

Date : 01/09/2005 Item size : 224650 bytes
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Abstract Aim Anti-inflammatory effects of moderate alcohol consumption have been proposed to explain why moderate alcohol intake lowers coronary heart disease risk. Adjusted means of C-reactive ...

European Heart Journal, Imhof, A., Woodward, M., Doering, A., Helbecque, N., Loewel, H., Amouyel, P., Lowe, G.D.O., Koenig, W.

Date : 01/12/2004 Item size : 197986 bytes
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Aims Recently, markers of inflammation, haemostasis, and blood rheology have received much attention as risk factors for coronary heart disease and stroke. [...]their role in peripheral arterial ...

European Heart Journal, Tzoulaki, Ioanna, Murray, Gordon D., Lee, Amanda J., Rumley, Ann, Lowe, Gordon D.O., Fowkes, F. Gerald R.

Date : 01/02/2007 Item size : 295932 bytes
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Reduced eGFR was associated with increased prevalence of established cardiovascular risk factors [cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, left ventricular (LV) hypertrophy, and dyslipidaemia] ...

European Heart Journal, Wannamethee, Sasiwarang Goya, Shaper, A. Gerald, Lowe, Gordon D.O., Lennon, Lucy, Rumley, Ann, Whincup, Peter H.

Date : 01/12/2006 Item size : 289989 bytes