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Control data from quantified dynamic exercise in the laboratory were used for comparison with the effects of normal daily activities outside the hospital and to test the hypothesis that "double ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A B Davies, V Bala Subramanian, P M Cashman, E B Raftery

Date : 01/07/1983

DESIGN--Prospective evaluation of the relations between anginal perceptual threshold, autonomic function, and systolic blood pressure in patients with symptomatic coronary artery ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, V Umachandran, K Ranjadayalan, G Ambepityia, B Marchant, P G Kopelman, A D Timmis

Date : 01/07/1991

Diabetes is a major risk factor for ischaemic heart disease; the relative risk increases at least twofold among diabetic men and even more so for women.1 Diabetes is associated with more extensive ...


Date : 01/12/1997

Haemorrheological abnormalities in unstable angina pectoris: a relation independent of risk factor profile and angiographic severity. Multiple regression with fibrinogen, cholesterol, high density ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, F J Neumann, H Tillmanns, P Roebruck, R Zimmermann, H M Haupt, W Kübler

Date : 01/12/1989

The severity and pattern of coronary artery disease in patients referred for investigation of the disease was compared between Asian and white patients living in Birmingham, matched for age, sex, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P J Lowry, D R Glover, P J Mace, W A Littler

Date : 01/12/1984

Increased diastolic blood pressure response to exercise testing when coronary artery disease is suspected. In the presence of a normal systolic blood pressure response an increase in diastolic blood ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, F Akhras, J Upward, G Jackson

Date : 01/06/1985

Eighteen patients with coronary artery disease were divided into two groups according to whether their blood pressure decreased (eight, group 1) or increased (10, group 2) in response to treadmill ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, S Okamatsu, A Takeshita, M Nakamura

Date : 01/02/1989

Beneficial effects of diltiazem in coronary artery disease. The effects of the new calcium channel blocking agent diltiazem were evaluated in 11 patients with stable angina pectoris and confirmed ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J Kenny, K Daly, G Bergman, S Kerkez, D E Jewitt

Date : 01/07/1984

Serial changes in heart rate, blood pressure, and left ventricular performance induced by these tests were studied by radionuclide ventriculography in patients with coronary artery disease and in ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R J Northcote, M B Cooke

Date : 01/04/1987

Assessment of magnetic resonance velocity mapping of global ventricular function during dobutamine infusion in coronary artery disease. BACKGROUND--Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a versatile ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D. J. Pennell, D. N. Firmin, P. Burger, G. Z. Yang, C. C. Manzara, P. J. Ell, R. H. Swanton, J. M. Walker, S. R. Underwood, D. B. Longmore

Date : 01/08/1995