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Based on these observations and the biological effects induced by ET-1, including profound vasoconstriction, pro-inflammatory actions, mitogenic and proliferative effects, stimulation of free radical ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Felix Böhm, John Pernow

Date : 01/10/2007 Item size : 470334 bytes

Anton H. van den Meiracker*, MD, PhD Division of Pharmacology and Vascular Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands Hypertension is an extremely common ...

Date : 21/05/2013 Item size : 32167 bytes

Tuohy S., Gleeson J., Ryan L., Sharif F. Aims: Renal sympathetic denervation is an emerging device based treatment for patients with resistant hypertension and has been shown to reduce blood pressure ...

Date : 21/05/2013 Item size : 32584 bytes

Abstract Aldosterone is well recognized as a cause of sodium reabsorption, water retention, and potassium and magnesium loss; however, it also produces a variety of other actions that lead to ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Allan D Struthers, Thomas M MacDonald

Date : 01/03/2004 Item size : 333477 bytes

Higher plasma renin is associated with increased activity of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS), which may directly contribute to vascular injury.4,5 Additional mechanisms include ...

European Heart Journal, Parikh, Nisha I., Gona, Philimon, Larson, Martin G., Wang, Thomas J., Newton-Cheh, Christopher, Levy, Daniel, Benjamin, Emelia J., Kannel, William B., Vasan, Ramachandran S.

Date : 01/11/2007 Item size : 294488 bytes

Perhaps most interesting, in the group of patients with recurrent stroke, lower baseline heart rate was associated with better neurological outcomes as measured with the Barthel index and mRS score, ...

European Heart Journal, Kjeldsen, Sverre E., Okin, Peter M.

Date : 01/11/2012

In our study, the nadir for primary outcome (all-cause death and total MI) was J-shaped, with a nadir at 119/84mmHg.3 When diastolic pressure dropped below 70mmHg, the adjusted hazard ratio of ...

European Heart Journal, Messerli, Franz H., Mancia, Giuseppe, Conti, Charles Richard, Pepine, Carl J

Date : 01/12/2006 Item size : 97452 bytes

The first study, by H.R Brunner and colleagues, showed an association of abnormally high renin secretion and increased risk of stroke or myocardial infarction.8 Subsequently, these results were ...

European Heart Journal, Waeber, Bernard, Feihl, François

Date : 01/11/2012

The advent of blood pressure lowering After the war, more and more drugs that were able to lower blood pressure became available, among them mercurial diuretics, then reserpine and guanethidine.6 Of ...

European Heart Journal, Lüscher, Thomas F., Sudano, Isabella

Date : 21/03/2016 Item size : 222176 bytes

In 1972, Brunner and Laragh first introduced the concept of classifying hypertensive patients according to plasma renin activity in relation to the daily sodium excretion.1 Among patients with ...

European Heart Journal, Adiyaman, Ahmet, Staessen, Jan A.

Date : 01/11/2007