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Clinical and non-invasive findings were compared with catheterisation data in 91 elderly patients (mean 65 years, range 52-78) with suspected severe aortic stenosis requiring operation. Coronary ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, E Nylander, I Ekman, T Marklund, B Sinnerstad, E Karlsson, B Wranne

Date : 01/05/1986
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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 ...

Heart, Editorial, JEREMY W SAYER, ADAM D TIMMIS

Date : 01/12/1997
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The clinical challenge for a physician taking care of patients presenting for the first time with such symptoms is to find out the underlying cause by applying a straightforward and accurate ...

Heart, Education in Heart, Ali Yilmaz, Udo Sechtem

Date : 01/12/2014
Heart

Doppler echocardiographic measurement of transmitral filling velocities seems to be a sensitive marker for resting left ventricular diastolic abnormalities in patients with coronary artery ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Shahi, A Nadazdin, R A Foale

Date : 01/05/1991
Heart

INTERVENTIONS--48 hour ambulatory ST segment monitoring (all patients), exercise electrocardiography (n = 79), stress thallium scintigraphy (n = 80), coronary arteriography (n = 35). Over 90% of ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, S D Pringle, F G Dunn, A C Tweddel, W Martin, P W Macfarlane, J H McKillop, A R Lorimer, S M Cobbe

Date : 01/05/1992
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Twenty six patients were paced until they had severe chest pain or 2 mm ST segment depression or they reached a paced rate of 180 beats/min. Twelve patients (group 1), all with coronary artery ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, K G Oldroyd, M Chopra, A C Rankin, J J Belch, S M Cobbe

Date : 01/02/1990
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A consecutive series of 56 patients with chest pain but no evidence of previous myocardial infarction was prospectively studied by radionuclide ventriculography to determine the value of global and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, S Wieshammer, C Delagardelle, H A Sigel, E Henze, P Kress, F Bitter, R Lippert, H Seibold, W E Adam, M Stauch

Date : 01/06/1985
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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
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Ambulatory pulmonary artery pressure monitoring by means of a transducer tipped catheter with a simultaneous frequency modulated electrocardiogram and a miniaturised tape recorder was used to study ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R D Levy, L M Shapiro, C Wright, L Mockus, K M Fox

Date : 01/07/1986
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Chest pain alone was the presenting complaint in 30 patients and linked with palpitation, dyspnoea, or syncope in 9. Overall, chest pain affected 61 patients and unless associated with coronary ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A D Malcolm, D R Bougher, W J Kostuk, S P Ahuja

Date : 01/03/1976