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Ischaemic preconditioning reduces troponin T release in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery. To investigate whether ischaemic preconditioning could reduce myocardial injury, as ...

Heart, Research Article, D. P. Jenkins, W. B. Pugsley, A. M. Alkhulaifi, M. Kemp, J. Hooper, D. M. Yellon

Date : 01/04/1997

The appropriateness of intention to treat decisions for invasive therapy in coronary artery disease in The Netherlands. A. P. Meijler, H. Rigter, S. J. Bernstein, J. K. Scholma, J. McDonnell, A. ...

Heart, Research Article, A. P. Meijler, H. Rigter, S. J. Bernstein, J. K. Scholma, J. McDonnell, A. Breeman, J. B. Kosecoff, R. H. Brook

Date : 01/03/1997

Before operation, patients with daytime and nocturnal ischaemia tended to have more severe coronary artery disease, lower exercise tolerance, and more frequent ambulatory ST segment changes than ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A A Quyyumi, C A Wright, L J Mockus, M Yacoub, K M Fox

Date : 01/12/1985

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

The findings of this study suggest that the presence of coronary artery disease increases the risk of aortic valve replacement whether or not coronary artery grafting is performed. Myocardial ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Jones, P M Schofield, N H Brooks, J F Dark, H Moussalli, A K Deiraniya, R A Lawson, A N Rahman

Date : 01/07/1989

Patients with no chest pain still had a high incidence of coronary artery disease, significant coronary obstruction being present in 22 per cent with mitral valve disease, 22 per cent with aortic ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G W Morrison, R D Thomas, S F Grimmer, P N Silverton, D R Smith

Date : 01/12/1980

Patients with arteriographically proven coronary artery disease are considered for the trial if the participating cardiologist and surgeon agree that equivalent revascularisation could be achieved by ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R A Henderson

Date : 01/11/1989

PATIENTS--18 patients with mitral valve disease with or without tricuspid regurgitation (age range 46-73; six men) and six patients with coronary artery disease and normal left ventricular function ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, S. F. Purkiss, S. Fort, T. R. Graham, P. G. Mills, C. T. Lewis

Date : 01/04/1994

Important coronary lesions were often found and most patients needed coronary artery bypass surgery or angioplasty. In Leicester and Sheffield, where angiography was used prognostically, patients ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D. Gray, J. R. Hampton

Date : 01/05/1994

MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Percentage of patients referred for coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG) and percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) for indications that were judged ...

Heart, Paper, S J Bernstein, B Brorsson, T Åberg, H Emanuelsson, R H Brook, L Werkö

Date : 01/05/1999