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Aims Cardiac troponin T is an established marker of cardiovascular risk in patients with severe angina pectoris. Methods and Results We investigated 106 patients (57·4 SD 11·6 years) with low ...

European Heart Journal, Möckel, M., Störk, T., Heller, G., Röcker, L., Danne, O., Darrelmann, K.gr., Eichstädt, H., Frei, U.

Date : 01/12/1998
Ehjournal

Hormone replacement therapy is acknowledged as the gold standard for the alleviation of the distressing vasomotor symptoms of the menopause, but the findings of the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) ...

European Heart Journal, Collins, Peter, Rosano, Guiseppe, Casey, Catherine, Daly, Caroline, Gambacciani, Marco, Hadji, Peyman, Kaaja, Risto, Mikkola, Tomi, Palacios, Santiago, Preston, Richard, ...

Date : 01/08/2007 Item size : 583659 bytes
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Typically, angina pectoris develops when an atherosclerotic plaque obstructs at least 70% of the arterial lumen. [...]stable angina pectoris is a condition in which there is regional myocardial ...

European Heart Journal, Agewall, Stefan

Date : 01/08/2008 Item size : 134482 bytes
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Methods and results In a substudy of the prospective AtheroGene registry, we assessed in 1806 patients with documented CAD and stable angina pectoris, the risk of cardiovascular death and non-fatal ...

European Heart Journal, Sinning, Jan-Malte, Bickel, Christoph, Messow, Claudia-Martina, Schnabel, Renate, Lubos, Edith, Rupprecht, Hans J., Espinola-Klein, Christine, Lackner, Karl J., Tiret, ...

Date : 01/12/2006
Ehjcardiovascrec

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is associated with systemic inflammation and is considered as independent risk factor of cardiovascular events. [...]as we assessed the systemic cardiovascular risk and ...

Cardiovascular Research, Babaeva, AR, Solodenkova, KS, Cherevkova, EV, Usachiova, MN

Date : 15/07/2014 Item size : 90704 bytes
Ehjournal

Aims Cardiac troponin T is an established marker of cardiovascular risk in patients with severe angina pectoris. Methods and Results We investigated 106 patients (57·4 SD 11·6 years) with low ...

European Heart Journal, Möckel, M., Störk, T., Heller, G., Röcker, L., Danne, O., Darrelmann, K.gr., Eichstädt, H., Frei, U.

Date : 01/12/1998 Item size : 97440 bytes
Ehjournal

Typically, angina pectoris develops when an atherosclerotic plaque obstructs at least 70% of the arterial lumen. [...]stable angina pectoris is a condition in which there is regional myocardial ...

European Heart Journal, Agewall, Stefan

Date : 01/08/2008
Ehjournal

Hormone replacement therapy is acknowledged as the gold standard for the alleviation of the distressing vasomotor symptoms of the menopause, but the findings of the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) ...

European Heart Journal, Collins, Peter, Rosano, Guiseppe, Casey, Catherine, Daly, Caroline, Gambacciani, Marco, Hadji, Peyman, Kaaja, Risto, Mikkola, Tomi, Palacios, Santiago, Preston, Richard, ...

Date : 01/08/2007 Item size : 571834 bytes
Revistaespanola

INTRODUCTION Cardiovascular disease (CVD), especially ischemic heart disease (IHD), is one of the most frequent causes of death in Spain.1 The high level of fatality is similar to that in other ...

Revista Española de Cardiología

Date : 01/07/2007 Item size : 78600 bytes
Escardio

In the Western Norway B-vitamin intervention trial, a total of 3,090 patients with angiographically verified (established) heart disease, mainly stable angina pectoris and 2 or 3 vessel coronary ...

Date : 04/09/2007