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DESIGN--The prognostic value of the CIIS for mortality of coronary heart disease and cardiovascular disease was assessed in a 28 year follow up study of 3091 apparently healthy middle aged men and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J M Dekker, E G Schouten, J Pool, F J Kok

Date : 01/07/1994

BACKGROUND--The association between coffee drinking and risk of coronary heart disease remains controversial despite many epidemiological studies. The pooling procedures were performed separately by ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, I Kawachi, G A Colditz, C B Stone

Date : 01/09/1994

After adjustment for incidence of ischaemic heart disease during follow up, the hazard ratio of coronary artery bypass surgery for ex-smokers compared with smokers was 1.52 (95% confidence interval ...

Heart, Research Article, R. W. Morris, A. K. McCallum, M. Walker, P. H. Whincup, S. Ebrahim, A. G. Shaper

Date : 01/06/1996

The Caerphilly and Speedwell Collaborative Heart Disease Studies D Bainton, N E Miller, C H Bolton, J W G Yarnell, P M Sweetnam, I A Baker, B Lewis, P C Elwood Department of Epidemiology and ...

British Heart Journal, Epidemiology, D Bainton, N E Miller, C H Bolton, J W G Yarnell, P M Sweetnam, I A Baker, B Lewis, P C Elwood

Date : 01/07/1992

The frequency of antigen types (A, B, C, and DR) in an unselected group of 25 patients with chronic rheumatic heart disease and an unselected group of 15 patients with acute rheumatic fever was ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C N Rajapakse, K Halim, I Al-Orainey, M Al-Nozha, A K Al-Aska

Date : 01/12/1987

Peripheral vascular disease: consequence for survival and association with risk factors in the Speedwell prospective heart disease study. OBJECTIVE--To measure the prevalence and incidence of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D Bainton, P Sweetnam, I Baker, P Elwood

Date : 01/08/1994

OBJECTIVE To assess whether long term trends over time in acute coronary heart disease (CHD) event rates have influenced the burden of prevalent CHD in British men. New major CHD events (fatal and ...

Heart, Cardiovascular medicine, F C Lampe, R W Morris, P H Whincup, M Walker, S Ebrahim, A G Shaper

Date : 01/11/2001

A F M Stonea, P Risleya, H S Markusb, B K Butlandc, D P Strachanc, P C Elwoodd, M A Mendalle aDivision of Gastroenterology, Endocrinology and Metabolism, St George's Hospital Medical School, London ...

Heart, Cardiovascular medicine, A F M Stone, P Risley, H S Markus, B K Butland, D P Strachan, P C Elwood, M A Mendall

Date : 01/11/2001

The HERS trial did not show an overall cardiovascular benefit for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) over five years, but suggested an initial early risk, followed by a reduced risk of cardiac events ...

Heart, Journal scan

Date : 01/11/2001

Risk prediction by genetic risk scores for coronary heart disease is independent of self-reported family history Introduction Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death in the ...

European Heart Journal, CLINICAL RESEARCH, Hayato Tada, Olle Melander, Judy Z. Louie, Joseph J. Catanese, Charles M. Rowland, James J. Devlin, Sekar Kathiresan, Dov Shiffman

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